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PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE QQ CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 



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VOLUME 132— PART 24 
JANUARY 21, 1986, TO OCTOBER 18, 1986 



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NAMES AND POST OFFICE ADDRESSES 



OF MEMBERS OF THE 



UNITED STATES SENATE 



SECOND SESSION OF THE NINETY-NINTH CONGRESS 



George Bush, Vice President, Houston, TX; Strom Thurmond, President pro tempore, Aiken, SC 



SENATORS 



Name 



Abdnor, James 

Andrews, Mark 

Armstrong, William L 

Baucus, Max 

Bentsen, Lloyd M 

Biden, Joseph R., Jr 

Bingaman, Jeff 

Boren, David L 

Boschwitz, Rudy 

Bradley, Bill 

Broyhill, James T. ' 

Bumpers, Dale 

Burdick, Quentin N 

Byrd, Robert C 

Chafee, John H 

Chiles, Lawton 

Cochran, Thad 

Cohen, William S 

Cranston, Alan 

D'Amato, Alfonse M 

Danforth, John C 

DeConcini, Dennis 

Denton, Jeremiah 

Dixon, Alan J 

Dodd, Christopher J 

Dole, Bob 

Domenici, Pete V 

Durenberger, David F 

Eagleton, Thomas F 

East, John P 2 

Evans, Daniel J 

Exon, J. James 

Ford, Wendell H 

Garn, Edwin Jacob (Jake). 

Glenn, John 

Goldwater, Barry 

Gore, Albert A., Jr 

Gorton, Slade 

Gramm, Phil 

Grassley, Charles E 

Harkin, Tom 

Hart, Gary 

Hatch, Orrin G 

Hatfield, Mark O 

Hawkins, Paula 

Hecht, Chic 

Heflin, Howell T 

Heinz, John 

Helms, Jesse 

Hollings, Ernest F 

Humphrey, Gordon J 



Home post office 




Kennebec, SD 
Mapleton, ND 
Aurora, CO 
Missoula, MT 
Houston, TX 
Wilmington, DE 
Santa Fe, NM 
Seminole, OK 
Plymouth, MN 
Denville, NJ 
Lenoir, NC 
Charleston, AR 
Fargo, ND 
Sophia, WV 
Warwick, RI 
Lakeland, FL 
Jackson, MS 
Bangor, ME 
Los Angeles, CA 
Island Park, NY 
Newburg, MO 
Tucson, AZ 
Mobile, AL 
Belleville, IL 
East Haddam, CT 
Russell, KS 
Albuquerque, NM 
Minneapolis, MN 
St. Louis, MO 
Greenville, NC 
Seattle, WA 
Lincoln, NE 
Owensboro, KY 
Salt Lake City, UT 
Columbus, OH 
Scottsdale, AZ 
Carthage, TN 
Olympia, WA 
College Station, TX 
New Hartford, IA 
Cumming, IA 
Denver, CO 
Salt Lake City, UT 
Tigard, OR 
Winter Park, FL 
Las Vegas, NV 
Tuscumbia, AL 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Raleigh, NC 
Charleston, 3C 
Chichester, NH 



Inouye, Daniel K 

Johnston, J. Bennett, Jr.... 

Kassebaum, Nancy L 

Kasten, Robert W., Jr 

Kennedy, Edward M , 

Kerry, John F 

Lautenberg, Frank R 

Laxalt, Paul 

Leahy, Patrick J 

Levin, Carl 

Long, Russell B 

Lugar, Richard G 

Mathias, Charles McC, Jr.. 

Matsunaga, Spark M 

Mattingly, Mack 

McClure, James A 

McConnell, Mitch 

Melcher, John 

Metzenbaum, Howard M .... 

Mitchell, George J 

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick.. 

Murkowski, Frank H 

Nickles, Don 

Nunn, Sam 

Packwood, Bob 

Pell, Claiborne 

Pressler, Larry 

Proxmire, William 

Pryor, David H 

Quayle, Dan 

Riegle, Donald W., Jr 

Rockefeller, Jay 

Roth, William V., Jr 

Rudman, Warren B 

Sanford, Terry 3 

Sarbanes, Paul S 

Sasser, Jim 

Simon, Paul 

Simpson, Alan K 

Specter, Arlen 

Stafford, Robert T 

Stennis, John C , 

Stevens, Ted 

Symms, Steve 

Thurmond, Strom 

Trible, Paul S., Jr 

Wallop, Malcolm 

Warner, John W 

Weicker, Lowell P., Jr 

Wilson, Pete 

Zorinsky, Edward 



Honolulu, HI 
Shreveport, LA 
Wichita, KS 
Milwaukee, WI 
Boston, MA 
Boston, MA 
Montclair, NJ 
Carson City, NV 
Burlington, VT 
Detroit, MI 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Indianapolis, IN 
Frederick, MD 
Honolulu, HI 
St. Simons Island, GA 
McCall, ID 
Louisville, KY 
Forsyth, MT 
Lyndhurst, OH 
Portland, ME 
Pindars Corners, NY 
Fairbanks, AK 
Ponca City, OK 
Perry, GA 
Portland, OR 
Newport, RI 
Humboldt, SD 
Madison, WI 
Little Rock, AR 
Huntington, IN 
Flint, MI 
Charleston, WV 
Wilmington, DE 
Nashua, NH 
Durham, NC 
Baltimore, MD 
Nashville, TN 
Makanda, IL 
Cody, WY 
Philadelphia, PA 
Rutland, VT 
De Kalb, MS 
Anchorage, AK 
Caldwell, ID 
Aiken, SC 
Kilmarnock, VA 
Big Horn, WY 
Middleburg, VA 
Greenwich, CT 
San Diego, CA 
Omaha, NE 



1 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John P. East. 

2 Died June 29, 1986. 

« Elected November 4, 1986. to fill vacancy caused by death of John P. East, but was unable to be sworn in as Congress was not in session. 



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NAMES AND POST OFFICE ADDRESSES 



OF MEMBERS OF THE 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



SECOND SESSION OF THE NINETY-NINTH CONGRESS 



Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr., Speaker, Cambridge, MA 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Name 



Abercrombie, Neil ' 

Ackerman, Gary L 

Addabbo, Joseph P 2 

Akaka, Daniel K 

Alexander, Bill 

Anderson, Glenn M 

Andrews, Michael A 

Annunzio, Prank 

Anthony, Beryl F., Jr 

Applegate, Douglas 

Archer, Bill 

Armey, Richard (Dick) 

Aspin, Les 

Atkins, Chester G 

AuCoin, Les 

Badham, Robert E 

Ballenger, Cass 3 

Barnard, Doug, Jr 

Barnes, Michael D , 

Bartlett, Steve 

Barton, Joe 

Bateman, Herbert H 

Bates, Jim 

Bedell, Berkley 

Beilenson, Anthony C 

Bennett, Charles E 

Bentley, Helen Delich 

Bereuter, Douglas K 

Berman, Howard L 

BevUl, Tom 

Biaggi, Mario 

Bilirakis, Michael 

Bliley, Thomas J., Jr 

Boehlert, Sherwood L 

Boggs, Corinne C. (Lindy). 

Boland, Edward P 

Boner, William H 

Bonior, David E 

Bonker, Don L 

Borski, Robert A., Jr 

Bosco, Douglas H 

Boucher, Frederick C 

Boulter, Beau 

Boxer, Barbara 

Breaux, John B 

Brooks, Jack 

Broomfield, William S 

Brown, George E., Jr 

Brown, Hank 

Broyhill, James T * 

Bruce, Terry L 

Bryant, John W 

Burton, Dan 



Home post office 




Honolulu, HI 
Queens, NY 
Ozone Park, NY 
Honolulu, HI 
Osceola, AR 
San Pedro, CA 
Houston, TX 
Chicago, IL 
El Dorado, AR 
Steubenville, OH 
Houston, TX 
Denton, TX 
East Troy, WI 
Concord, MA 
Portland, OR 
Newport Beach, CA 
Hickory, NC 
Augusta, GA 
Kensington, MD 
Dallas, TX 
Ennis, TX 
Newport News, VA 
San Diego, CA 
Spirit Lake, IA 
Los Angeles, CA 
Jacksonville, FL 
Lutherville, MD 
Utica, NE 

Panorama City, CA 
Jasper, AL 
Bronx, NY 
Palm Harbor, FL 
Richmond, VA 
Utica, NY 
New Orleans, LA 
Springfield, MA 
Nashville, TN 
Mount Clemens, MI 
Ridgefield, WA 
Philadelphia, PA 
Occidental, CA 
Abingdon, VA 
Amarillo, TX 
Greenbrae, CA 
Crowley, LA 
Beaumont, TX 
Birmingham, MI 
Riverside, CA 
Greeley, CO 
Lenoir, NC 
Olney, IL 
Dallas, TX 
Indianapolis, IN 



Burton, Sala I San Francisco, CA 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Bustamante, Albert G 

Byron, Beverly B 

Callahan, H.L. (Sonny) 

Campbell, Carroll C, Jr 

Carney, William 

Carper, Thomas R 

Carr, Bob 

Chandler, Rod D 

Chapman, Jim 

Chappell, Bill, Jr 

Chappie, Eugene A 

Cheney, Dick 

Clay, William L 

dinger, William F., Jr 

Coats, Dan R , 

Cobey, William W. (Bill), Jr.. 

Coble, Howard 

Coelho, Tony 

Coleman, E. Thomas 

Coleman, Ronald 

Collins, Cardiss 

Combest, Larry 

Conte, Silvio O 

Conyers, John, Jr 

Cooper, James 

Coughlin, Lawrence 

Courter, James A 

Coyne, William J 

Craig, Larry E 

Crane, Philip M 

Crockett, George W., Jr 

Daniel, Dan 

Dannemeyer, William E 

Darden, George (Buddy) 

Daschle, Thomas A 

Daub, Hal 

Davis, Robert W 

de la Garza, E (Kika) 

DeLay, Tom 

Dellums, Ronald V 

Derrick, Butler 

DeWine, Michael 

Dickinson, William L 

Dicks, Norman D , 

Dingell, John D 

DioGuardi, Joseph J 

Dixon, Julian C 

Donnelly, Brian J 

Dorgan, Byron L 

Dornan, Robert K. (Bob) 

Dowdy, Wayne 

Downey, Thomas J 

Dreier, Dave 



Home post office 



San Antonio, TX 
Frederick, MD 
Mobile, AL 
Greenville, SC 
Hauppauge, NY 
New Castle, DE 
Okemos, MI 
Redmond, WA 
Sulphur Springs, TX 
Ocala, FL 
Chico, CA 
Casper, WY 
St. Louis. MO 
Warren, PA 
Fort Wayne, IN 
Chapel Hill, NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Merced, CA 
Kansas City, MO 
El Paso, TX 
Chicago, IL 
Lubbock, TX 
Pittsfield, MA 
Detroit, MI 
Shelbyville, TN 
Villanova, PA 
Hackettstown, NJ 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Midvale, ID 
Mount Prospect, IL 
Detroit, MI 
Danville, VA 
Fullerton, CA 
Marietta, GA 
Aberdeen, SD 
Omaha, NE 
Gaylord, MI 
Mission, TX 
Sugar Land, TX 
Oakland, CA 
Edgefield, SC 
Cedarville, OH 
Montgomery, AL 
Bremerton, WA 
Trenton, MI 
Scarsdale, NY 
Los Angeles, CA 
Dorchester, MA 
Bismarck, ND 
Garden Grove, CA 
Summit, MS 
West Islip, NY 
La Verne, CA 



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VI 



LIST OF MEMBERS 

Names and post-office addresses of Members of the House of Representatives— Continued 



Name 



Duncan, John J 

Durbln, Richard J 

Dwyer, Bernard J 

Dymally, Mervyn M 

Dyson, Roy 

Early, Joseph D 

Eckart, Dennis E 

Eckert, Fred J 

Edgar, Bob 

Edwards, Don 

Edwards, Mickey , 

Emerson, Bill 

English, Glenn , 

Erdreich, Ben , 

Evans, Cooper , 

Evans, Lane A 

Fascell, Dante B 

Fawell, Harris W 

Fazio, Vic 

Feighan, Edward F 

Fiedler, Bobbi 

Fields, Jack 

Fish, Hamilton, Jr 

Flippo, Ronnie G 

Florio, James J 

Foglietta, Thomas M 

Foley, Thomas S 

Ford, Harold E 

Ford, William D ., 

Fowler, Wyche, Jr 

Frank, Barney 

Franklin, William W 

Frenzel, Bill 

Frost, Martin 

Fuqua, Don 

Gallo, Dean A 

Garcia, Robert 

Gaydos, Joseph M 

Gejdenson, Samuel 

Gekas, George W 

Gephardt, Richard A 

Gibbons, Sam M 

Gilman, Benjamin A 

Gingrich, Newt 

Glickman, Dan 

Gonzalez, Henry B 

Goodling, William F 

Gordon, Bart 

Gradison, Willis D., Jr 

Gray, Kenneth J 

Gray, William H. (Bill), III ... 

Green, Bill 

Gregg, Judd 

Grotberg, John E 6 

Guarini, Frank J 

Gunderson, Steven 

Hall, Ralph M 

Hall, Tony P 

Hamilton, Lee H 

Hammerschmidt, John P 

Hansen, James V 

Hartnett, Thomas F 

Hatcher, Charles 

Hawkins, Augustus F. (Gus) . 

Hayes, Charles A 

Hefner, W.G. (BUD 

Heftel, Cecil 8 

Hendon, William M. (BUI) 

Henry, Paul B 

Hertel, Dennis M 

HUer, John Patrick 

HUlis, Elwood 

Holt, Marjorie S 

Hopkins, Larry J 

Horton, Frank 

Howard, James J 

Hoyer, Steny H 

Hubbard, CarroU, Jr 



Home post office 




Knoxville, TN 
Springfield, IL 
Edison, NJ 
Compton, CA 
Great Mills, MD 
Worcester, MA 
Mentor, OH 
Rochester, NY 
Middletown, PA 
San Jose, CA 
Oklahoma City, OK 
Cape Girardeau, MO 
Cordell, OK 
Birmingham, AL 
Grundy Center, IA 
Rock Island, IL 
Miami, FL 
Naperville, IL 
Sacramento, CA 
Lakewood, OH 
Northridge, CA 
Humble, TX 
MUlbrook, NY 
Florence, AL 
Pine Hill, NJ 
Philadelphia, PA 
Spokane, WA 
Memphis, TN 
Taylor, MI 
Atlanta, GA 
Newton, MA 
Greenwood, MS 
Golden Valley, MN 
Dallas, TX 
Altha, FL 
Parsippany, NJ 
Bronx, NY 
McKeesport, PA 
Bozrah, CT 
Harrisburg, PA 
St. Louis, MO 
Tampa, FL 
Middletown, NY 
Jonesboro, GA 
Wichita, KS 
San Antonio, TX 
Jacobus, PA 
Murfreesboro, TN 
Cincinnati, OH 
West Frankfort, IL 
Philadelphia, PA 
New York, NY 
Greenfield, NH 
St. Charles, IL 
Jersey City, NJ 
Osseo, WI 
RockwaU, TX 
Dayton, OH 
NashviUe, IN 
Harrison, AR 
Farmington, UT 
Charleston, SC 
Albany, GA 
Los Angeles, CA 
Chicago, IL 
Concord, NC 
Honolulu, HI 
AsheviUe, NC 
Grand Rapids, MI 
Harper Woods, MI 
La Porte, IN 
Kokomo, IN 
Severna Park, MD 
Lexington, KY 
Rochester, NY 
Spring Lake Heights, NJ 
Berkshire, MD 
Mayfield, KY 



Huckaby, Thomas J. (Jerry) 

Hughes, William J 

Hunter, Duncan L 

Hutto, Earl 

Hyde, Henry J 

Ireland, Andy 

Jacobs, Andrew, Jr 

Jeffords, James M 

Jenkins, Edgar L 

Johnson, Nancy L 

Jones, Ed 

Jones, James R 

Jones, Walter B 

Kanjorski, Paul E 

Kaptur, Marcy 

Kasich, John R 

Kastenmeier, Robert W 

Kemp, Jack 

Kennelly, Barbara B 

Kildee, Dale E 

Kindness, Thomas N 

Kleczka, Gerald D 

Kolbe, Jim 

Kolter, Joseph P 

Kostmayer, Peter H 

Kramer, Kenneth B 

LaFalce, John J 

Lagomarsino, Robert J 

Lantos, Tom 

Latta, Delbert L 

Leach, Jim 

Leath, Marvin 

Lehman, Richard H 

Lehman, William 

Leland, Mickey 

Lent, Norman F 

Levin, Sander M 

Levine, Mel 

Lewis, Jerry 

Lewis, Tom 

Lightfoot, Jim Ross 

Lipinski, William O 

Livingston, Robert L 

Lloyd, Marilyn 

Loeffler, Tom 

Long, Cathy (Mrs. Gillis) 

Lott, Trent 

Lowery, Bill 

Lowry, Mike 

Lujan, Manuel, Jr 

Luken, Thomas A 

Lundine, Stan 

Lungren, Daniel E 

Mack, Connie 

MacKay, Buddy 

Madigan, Edward R 

Manton, Thomas J 

Markey, Edward J 

Marlenee, Ron 

Martin, David O'B 

Martin, Lynn 

Martinez, Matthew G 

Matsui, Robert T 

Mavroules, Nicholas 

Mazzoli, Romano L 

McCain, John S., Ill 

McCandless, Alfred A. (Al)... 

McCloskey, Frank 

McCollum, Bill 

McCurdy, Dave 

McDade, Joseph M 

McEwen, Bob 

McGrath, Raymond J 

McHugh, Matthew F 

McKernan, John R 

McKinney, Stewart B 

McMillan, J. Alex 

Meyers, Jan 



Home post office 



Ringgold, LA 
Ocean City, NJ 
Coronado, CA 
Panama City, FL 
Bensenville, IL 
Winter Haven, FL 
Indianapolis, IN 
Rutland, VT 
Jasper, GA 
New Britain, CT 
Yorkville, TN 
Tulsa, OK 
Farmville, NC 
Nanticoke, PA 
Toledo, OH 
Westerville, OH 
Sun Prairie, WI 
Hamburg, NY 
Hartford, CT 
Flint, MI 
Hamilton, OH 
Milwaukee, WI 
Bisbee, AZ 
New Brighton, PA 
Solebury, PA 
Colorado Springs, CO 
Tonawanda, NY 
Ventura, CA 
San Mateo, CA 
Bowling Green, OH 
Davenport, IA 
Waco, TX 
Sanger, CA 
Biscayne Park, FL 
Houston, TX 
East Rockaway, NY 
Southfield, MI 
Los Angeles, CA 
Redlands, CA 
North Palm Beach, FL 
Shenandoah, IA 
Chicago, IL 
Metairie, LA 
Chattanooga, TN 
Hunt, TX 
Alexandria, LA 
Pascagoula, MS 
San Diego, CA 
Seattle, WA 
Albuquerque, NM 
Cincinnati, OH 
Jamestown, NY 
Long Beach, CA 
Cape Coral, FL 
Ocala, FL 
Lincoln, IL 
Queens, NY 
Maiden, MA 
Scobey, MT 
Canton, NY 
Rockford, IL 
MontebeUo, CA 
Sacramento, CA 
Peabody, MA 
Louisville, KY 
Tempe, AZ 
Bermuda Dunes, CA 
Bloomington, IN 
Altamonte Springs, FL 
Norman, OK 
Scranton, PA 
Hillsboro, OH 
VaUey Stream, NY 
Ithaca, NY 
Cumberland, ME 
Green Farms, CT 
Charlotte, NC 
Overland Park, KS 



See footnotes at end of table. 



LIST OF MEMBERS 

Names and post-office addresses of Members of the House of Representatives— Continued 



VII 



Name 



Home post office 



Name 



Home post office 



Mica, Daniel A 

Michel, Robert H 

Mikulski, Barbara A 

Miller, Clarence E 

Miller, George 

Miller, John 

Mineta, Norman Y 

Mitchell, Parren J 

Moakley, John Joseph 

Molinari, Guy V 

Mollohan, Alan B 

Monson, David Smith 

Montgomery, G.V. (Sonny). 

Moody, Jim 

Moore, W. Henson 

Moorhead, Carlos J 

Morrison, Bruce A 

Morrison, Sid 

Mrazek, Robert J 

Murphy, Austin J , 

Murtha, John P , 

Myers, John T , 

Natcher, William H 

Neal, Stephen L , 

Nelson, Bill 

Nichols, Bill 

Nielson, Howard C 

Nowak, Henry J 

Oakar, Mary Rose 

Oberstar, James L 

O'Brien, George M 7 

Obey, David R 

Olin, James R 

O'Neill, Thomas P., Jr 

Ortiz, Solomon P 

Owens, Major R 

Oxley, Michael G 

Packard, Ron 

Panetta, Leon E 

Parris, Stanford E. (Stan) .... 

Pashayan, Charles, Jr 

Pease, Donald J 

Penny, Timothy J 

Pepper, Claude 

Perkins, Carl C 

Petri, Thomas E 

Pickle, J.J. (Jake) 

Porter, John Edward 

Price, Melvin 

Pursell, Carl Duane 

Quillen, James H 

Rahall, Nick J., II 

Rangel, Charles B 

Ray, Richard 

Regula, Ralph 

Reid, Harry M 

Richardson, William B 

Ridge, Thomas J 

Rinaldo, Matthew J 

Ritter, Don 

Roberts, Pat 

Robinson, Tommy 

Rodino, Peter W., Jr 

Roe, Robert A 

Roemer, Charles 

Rogers, Harold 

Rose, Charlie 

Rostenkowski, Dan 

Roth, Toby 

Roukema, Marge 

Rowland, J. Roy 

Rowland, John G 

Roybal, Edward R 

Rudd, Eldon D 

Russo, Marty '. 

Sabo, Martin O 

Savage, Gus 

Saxton, H. James 



Lake Worth, FL 
Peoria, IL 
Baltimore, MD 
Lancaster, OH 
Martinez, CA 
Seattle, WA 
San Jose, CA 
Baltimore, MD 
Boston, MA 
Staten Island, NY 
Fairmont, WV 
Salt Lake City, UT 
Meridian, MS 
Milwaukee, WI 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Glendale, CA 
Hamden, CT 
Zillah, WA 
Huntington, NY 
Charleroi, PA 
Johnstown, PA 
Covington, IN 
Bowling Green, KY 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Melbourne, FL 
Sylacauga, AL 
Provo, UT 
Buffalo, NY 
Cleveland, OH 
Chisholm, MN 
Joliet, IL 
Wausau, WI 
Roanoke, VA 
Cambridge, MA 
Corpus Christi, TX 
Brooklyn, NY 
Findlay, OH 
Carlsbad, CA 
Carmel Valley, CA 
Woodbridge, VA 
Fresno, CA 
Oberlin, OH 
New Richland, MN 
Miami, FL 
Leburn, KY 
Fond du Lac, WI 
Austin, TX 
Winnetka, IL 
East St. Louis, IL 
Plymouth, MI 
Kingsport, TN 
Beckley, WV 
New York, NY 
Perry, GA 
Navarre, OH 
Las Vegas, NV 
Sante Fe, NM 
Erie, PA 
Union, NJ 
Coopersburg, PA 
Dodge City, KS 
Jacksonville, AR 
Newark, NJ 
Wayne, NJ 
Bossier City, LA 
Somerset, KY 
Fayetteville, NC 
Chicago, IL 
Appleton, WI 
Ridgewood, NJ 
Dublin, GA 
Waterbury, CT 
Los Angeles, CA 
Scottsdale, AZ 
South Holland, IL 
Minneapolis, MN 
Chicago, IL 
Vincentown, NJ 



Schaefer, Dan 

Scheuer, James H 

Schneider, Claudine 

Schroeder, Patricia 

Schuette, Bill 

Schulze, Richard T 

Schumer, Charles E 

Seiberling, John F 

Sensenbrenner, F. James, Jr. 

Sharp, Philip R 

Shaw, Clay 

Shelby, Richard C 

Shumway, Norman D , 

Shuster, Bud , 

Sikorsky, Gerry E , 

Siljander, Mark D , 

Sisisky, Norman 

Skeen, Joe , 

Skelton, Ike 

Slattery, Jim 

Slaughter, D. French, Jr 

Smith, Christopher H 

Smith, Denny 

Smith, Lawrence J 

Smith, Neal 

Smith, Robert C 

Smith, Robert F 

Smith, Virginia 

Snowe, Olympia J 

Snyder, M.G. (Gene) 

Solarz, Stephen J 

Solomon, Gerald B 

Spence, Floyd 

Spratt, John McK., Jr 

St Germain, Fernand J 

Staggers, Harley O., Jr 

Stallings, Richard 

Stangeland, Arlan 

Stark, Fortney H. (Pete) 

Stenholm, Charles W 

Stokes, Louis 

Strang, Michael L 

Stratton, Samuel S 

Studds, Gerry E 

Stump, Bob 

Sundquist, Donald K 

Sweeney, Mac 

Swift, Al 

Swindall, Pat 

Synar, Mike 

Tallon, Robert M. (Robin) 

Tauke, Thomas J 

Tauzin, W.J. (Billy) 

Taylor, Gene 

Thomas, Lindsay 

Thomas, William M 

Torres, Esteban Edward 

Torricelli, Robert G 

Towns, Edolphus 

Traficant, James A 

Traxler, Bob 

Udall, Morris K 

Valentine, Tim 

Vander Jagt, Guy 

Vento, Bruce F 

Visclosky, Peter J 

Volkmer, Harold L 

Vucanovich, Barbara F 

Waldon, Alton R. 8 

Walgren, Doug 

Walker, Robert S 

Watkins, Wes 

Waxman, Henry A 

Weaver, James 

Weber, Vin 

Weiss, Ted 

Wheat. Alan D 

Whitehurst, G. William 



Lakewood, CO 
Douglaston, NY 
Narragansett, RI 
Denver, CO 
Sanford. MI 
Berwyn, PA 
Brooklyn, NY 
Akron, OH 

Menomonee Falls, WI 
Muncie, IN. 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 
Tuscaloosa, AL 
Stockton, CA 
Everett, PA 
Stillwater, MN 
Three Rivers, MI 
Petersburg, VA 
Picacho, NM 
Lexington, MO 
Topeka, KS 
Culpeper, VA 
Hamilton, NJ 
Salem, OR 
Hollywood, FL 
Altoona, IA 
Tuftonboro, NH 
Burns, OR 
Cappell, NE 
Auburn, ME 
Brownsboro Farms, KY 
Brooklyn, NY 
Glens Falls, NY 
Lexington, SC 
York, SC 
Woonsocket, RI 
Keyser, WV 
Rexburg, ID 
Barnesville, MN 
Oakland, CA 
Avoca, TX 

Warrensville Heights, OH 
Carbondale, CO 
Schenectady, NY 
Cohasset, MA 
Tolleson, AZ 
Memphis, TN 
Wharton, TX 
Bellingham, WA 
Dunwoody, GA 
Muskogee, OK 
Florence, SC 
Dubuque, IA 
Thibodaux, LA 
Sarcoxie, MO 
Statesboro, GA 
Bakersfield, CA 
La Puente, CA 
Hackensack, NJ 
Brooklyn, NY 
Poland, OH 
Bay City, MI 
Tucson, AZ 
Nashville, NC 
Luther, MI 
St. Paul, MN 
Merrillville, IN 
Hannibal, MO 
Reno, NV 

Cambria, Heights, NY 
Pittsburgh, PA 
East Petersburg, PA 
Ada, OK 
Los Angeles, CA 
Eugene, OR 
North Mankato, MN 
New York, NY 
Kansas City, MO 
Norfolk, VA 



See footnotes at end of table. 



VIII 



Name 



LIST OF MEMBERS 

Names and post-office addresses of Members of the House of Representatives-Co 
Home post office 



Sr< 



Mount Olive, NC 
Augusta, KS 
Charleston. MS 
Helena, MT 



Whitley, Charles O 

Whittaker, Bob 

Whitten, Jamie L... 

Williams, Pat , 

Wilson, Charles Lufkin TX 

Wirth, Timothy E Boulder CO 

Wise. Robert E., Jr Clendenin, WV 

Wolf, Prank R Vienna, VA 

Wolpe, Howard E Lansing, MI 




Wortley, George C... 
Wright, James C, Jr 

Wyden, Ron 

Wylie, Chalmers P.... 

Yates, Sidney R 

Yatron, Gus 

Young, C.W. Bill ......" 

Young, Don 

Young, Robert A....". 
Zschaw, Ed 



RESIDENT COMMISSIONER 



Payetteville, NY 
Port Worth, TX 
Portland, OR 
Worthington, OH 
Chicago, IL 
Reading, PA 
St. Petersburg, PL 
Port Yukon, AK 
Maryland Heights, MO 
Los Altos, CA 




DELEGATES 



Blaz, Ben Garrido 

de Lugo, Ron 

Pauntroy, Walter E ... 
Sunla, Pofo LP 



Agana, GU 

St. Thomas, VI 

Washington, DC 

Pago Pago, American Samoa. 



• Resigned July 11, 1986. 
' Died July 27, 1988 











. 



INDEX TO THE PROCEEDINGS 



NINETY.NINTH ^., FS^SEC OND SESSION, JANUARY 2 1. 1986 TO OCTOBER .8. 1986 



L.F. ROTHSCHILD, UNTERBERG, TOWBIN, 

INC. 
Analyses ,__^, 

Farm Credit System, 29519 [80C] 
LA CROSSE, WI 

Tax Reform Act: common council, 17819 [28JY] 
LA CROSSE (WI) TRIBUNE 
Articles and editorials 

Malpractice Is Insurance Chasing Doctors Away, 
6765 [8AP] 
LA GRANGE, GA 
Bills and resolutions 

Courts: additional site for district court (see H.K. 

5292) 
LA PLACE, LA 

Bills and resolutions 

Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office: designate 
(see S. 2418; H.R. 4782) 
Remarks in House 

Gillis W Long Memorial: name U.S. Post Office 
(H.R. 4782), 10264 [9MY], 17685 [24JY], 17858 
[28JY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office: designate (S. 
2418), 9901 [7MY] 
Texts of 
H.R 4782, designate the Gillis W. Long Post Office 

Building, 17686 [24JY] 
LA PLATA, MD 
Articles and editorials rllAin 

La Plata's Cheerfulness Quotient, 20755 [11AUJ 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 20755 [11 AU] 
LA PRENSA see Managua (Nicaragua) La 

Prensa 
LA PUENTE, CA 
Remarks in House ,, CA , n -.o-,™ 

Benney, William T.: tribute, 22206 [15AU], 28700 

RoSS Jerry: tribute, 22206 [15AU], 28700 [30C] 

Ruiz, Robert- tribute, 22206 [15AU], 28700 [30C] 
LA PUSH, WA 
Petitions , _ . 

Federal income taxes on tribal commercial fisher- 
man: Quileute Tribal Council, 22148 [15AU] 
LaROSA, PAUL 
Articles and editorials r „, WD , 

Polls Lash LaRouche Candidates, 5927 [21MRJ 

LA SALLE, IL 

Petitions . 

Tax-exempt financing for local governments: La 
Salle Public Elementary Schools, District 122, 
10404 [13MY] 
LA SEDA, CA 
Remarks in House 

Ching, Lincoln: tribute, 9961 [7MY] 
LABELING 
Articles and editorials 

Fast Fries Fried in What?, 16539 [16JY] 
Feds Should Chew on Fast-Food Standards, 13164 
[10JN] 



Let People Know What They're Eating, 10424 

[13MY] _ . 

Risk Seen in Saturated Fat Used In Fast Foods, 

10422 [13MY] 
Should Liquor Have Warning Labels?, 17059 

[21JY] 

What's the Beef?, 10424 [13MY] 
Bills and resolutions 

Farm produce: perishable commodity label require- 
ment for commission merchants, dealers, and bro- 
kers (see H.R. 5088) 

Fast food restaurants: labeling requirements tor 
packaged foods (see S. 2446; H.R. 4935) 

Foreign trade: disposition of complaints relative to 
country of origin marking requirement (see H.R. 

Irradiated food: labeling (see H.R. 4762) 
Lite drink and food: labeling (see H.R. 4269) 

Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco and Health 
Education Act: Smokeless Tobacco Council, Inc., 
1328 [3FE], 1858 [6FE] 
Fast Food Ingredient Information Act: American 

Diabetes Association, Inc., 13164 [10JN] 
Labeling of smokeless tobacco products: Coalition 
on Smoking OR Health, 1858 [6FE] 
Remarks in House 

Boats and boating: require display of type and 
amount of alcohol used as gasoline additive (H.K. 
4730), 9700 [6MY] 
Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco and Health 
Education Act: enact (S. 1574), 1324, 1326 
[4FE]-1338 [3FE], 2439 [19FE] 
Consumer goods: establish requirements to indicate 
the domestic and foreign content (H.R. 380J), 
3810 [6MR] , 

Fast food restaurants: labeling requirements tor 

packaged foods (H.R. 4935), 12536 [4JN] 
Nutritional Information Labeling Act: enact (H.K. 

3751), 3267 [27FE] _ 

Tobacco industry: sale and advertisement of smoke- 
less tobacco, 1324, 1326 1338 [3FE] 
Remarks in Senate . 

Alcoholic beverages: warning labels on hazards ot 

use, 17058 [21JY] 
Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco and Health 
Education Act: enact (S. 1574), 1855-1862 [6FE] 
Fast Food Ingredient Information Act: enact (i. 

2446), 10420 [13MY], 13164 [10JN] 
Food industry: labeling requirements for fast tood 
restaurant items (S. 2446), 16538 [16JY] 
Statements . , 

Compiehensive Smokeless Tobacco and Health 
Education Act: Coalition on Smoking OK 
Health, 1328 [3FE] 

NIH, 1333 [3FE] 

Health Implications of Smokeless Tobacco Use: 

NIH, 1334 [3FE], 1859-1861 [6FE] 
Nutritional Information Labeling Act: Virgil 

Brown (excerpts), 3267 [27FE] 
Support for Fast Food Labeling: American College 

of Allergists, 10422 [13MY] 
American Heart Association, 10422 [13MYJ 



Center for Science in the Public Interest, 

10421 [13MY] 
Testimonies 
Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco and Health 
Education Act: Elbert Glover, 1334 [3FE] 

Ron Freeman, 1334 [3FE] 

FDA Appropriations for Fast Food Labeling, 

10423 [13MY] 
Television Advertising of Cigarettes: Philip Morns 
Tobacco Co. (1969), 1330 [3FE] 
Texts of . 

S 1574 Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco and 
Health Education Act, 1326 [3FE], 1855-1857 
[6FE] 
S. 2446, Fast Food Ingredient Information Act, 
1042l'[13MY] 
LABER, JERI 
Articles and editorials 

New Turn in Turkey, 4090 [7MR] 
10 Years Later, the Legacy of the Moscow Helsinki 
Group, 10715 [14MY] 
LABOR 
Addresses 

Aerospace-Workers and Policy: Representative 

Dymally, 23594 [16SE] 
Employment, Education, and Economic Develop- 
ment, Memphis Branch NAACP: Roger A. 
Enrico, 30399-30400 [10OC] 
Employment and Education-Inter-American Spe- 
cial Symposium for the Handicapped: George 
Foreman, 14853 [20JN] 
Jackson Days: Senator Eagleton, 28868 [60C] 
National Conference on Competitiveness: Repre- 
sentative Horton, 8570 [23AP] 

Representative Wolpe, 8569 [23AP] 

Plant Safety: Robert D. Kennedy, 12521 [4JN] 
Amendments mB 

Aee Discrimination in Employment Act (H.K 
4154), 23674 [17SE], 25441 [23SE], 32611, 32656 
[160C], 32791 [170C] 
Bankruptcy: clarify U.S. code Native to collective 
bargaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
28531, 28564, 28565 [30C] 
Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 
(HR 281), 7556 [15AP], 7690 [16AP], 7859, 
7861, 7862, 7865, 7871 [17AP], 10100-10107 
[8MY] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(H.J. Res. 131), 13252 [1 UN] 
Parental and Medical Leave Act: enact (H.R. 4300), 

25458 [23SE], 28180 [20C] 
Polygraph Protection Act: enact (H.R. 1524), 4269 
[11MR], 4523, 4541, 4542, 4543, 4545, 4546, 4549, 
4550, 4551 [12MR] 
Retirement: abolish mandatory (H.R. 4154), 23674 
[17SE], 32611, 32656 [160C] 

Analyses 7f .„ 

Contract Disputes Act Amendments (S. 2006), 308 

Educational Assistance to Displaced Workers (S. 
2374), 8795 [28AP] 



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1482 
LABOR 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Occupational Hazard Communication Act (H.R. 

4793), 10252 [9MY] 
Protection Against Unfair Trade Competition (S. 

2099), 3366 [28FE] 
Articles and editorials 

. . . And a Failure on Immigration, 27322 [30SE] 
A.T. Massey Coal Co. Strike (excerpt), 7725 

[16AP] 
Administration's Protectionist Policies, 17710 

[24JY] 
Back to the Sweatshop, 29842 [80C] 
Big Steel Producers Scrap on Home Turf, 19124 

[5AU] 
Bill Requiring Firms To Provide Parental Leaves 

Gains Support as More Women Join Work 

Force, 30120 [90C] 
Boost of the Minimum Wage Is Overdue: National 

Council on Employment Policy, 8567 [23AP] 
Both Sets of Underwriting Books Under Fire, 6790 

[SAP] 
Business Starts Tailoring Itself To Suit Working 

Women, 27441 [30SE] 
Calls for Legislation on Asbestos, 3582 [4MR] 
Clamor To Make Punishment Fit the Crime, 4379 

[1IMR] 
Competitiveness Coalition, 32686 [160C] 
Docile and Dextrous — Young Women Suffer From 

the Economic Miracle in Southeast Asia, 1 1440 

[20MY] 
Does Pregnancy Have to Hurt Your Career?, 14978 

[23JN] 
Efficient Mill Bucks Industry Trend, 18999 [4AU] 
For a National Parental Leave Policy, 5089 [17MR] 
Hats Off— H&W Workers Honor Their Employer, 

25709 [23SE] 
High, but Stable, U.S. Unemployment Is Gaining 

Acceptance, 33573 [170C] 
History of Accounting in Insurance Analyzed, 6790 

[8AP] 
Hollow Corporations, 3507-3516 [4MR] 
Homework, 31236 [140C] 
Immigration Policy— Tool for Creating U.S. Jobs, 

18836 [1AU] 
It's Time To Trim the Fat, 13066 [10JN] 
Job Security for Mothers, 18244 [30JY] 
Jobs Fall Victim to Merger Mania, 32164 [150C] 
Learning Enterprise, 30284 [10OC] 
Leave for Parents, 16528 [15JY] 
NLRB Backs Firing for Safety Report, 30124 

[90C] 
Overseas Employees Favored in Cutbacks — U.S. 

Firms Fight Layoff Laws Here, 2057 [6FE] 
Owens-Corning To Shut Plant— 800 Will Lose Jobs 

at Barrington Facility, 31229 [140C] 
Parent's Rights, 30142 [90C] 
Pension Leak, 652 [28JA] 
Program Designed To Avoid Repeat of CETA 

Scandals, 8794 [28AP] 
Property/Casualty Reserve Discounting Hit, 6791 

[SAP] 
Push on Hiring Bias in Ulster, 23252 [12SE] 
Reagan May Ask Japan To Restrict Machine-Tool 

Shipments to U.S. — President Said Weighing Use 

of Quotas Based on National Security, 4076 

[7MR] 
Real Help Elusive in Job Training Partnership, 

8792-8794 [28AP] 
Return of the Textile Bill, 19007 [4AU] 
Rewrite Trade Agreements, 18842 [IAU] 
Samuel Gompers Papers — Volume One — Making of 

a Union Leader, 1850-86, 16981 [17JY] 
Senate Test of Labor's Strength, 18795 [IAU] 
Sheet-Metal Justice, 7562 [15AP] 
Shirt Off Your Back, 17710 [24JY] 
Slowdown in Growth of Service Jobs Sounds an 

Alarm, 33605 [170C] 
Soaked by Protectionists, 24695 [18SE] 
Solidarity in the Philippines, 5847 [20MR] 
Starting Up — Blue-Collar Laborers, Laid Off in 

Rust Belt, Try To Run Own Firms, 23027 [USE] 
Tenth Pillar of Sound Money and Credit — Principle 

of Productivity of Labor and Capital, 13637 

[12JN] 



Textile Industry Needs Help, 18842 [IAU] 

U.S. Hasn't Abandoned Free Trade Commitment, 
20196 [8AU] 

UAW's Voice Against Imports, 18830 [IAU] 

Unionization Wins a Round in South, 32702 [160C] 

Welcome to the "No-Care Zone"— After Reform, 
Concern About New Kinds of Medicare Abuse, 
5581 [19MR] 

Why Can't They Work at Home?, 33669 [HOC] 
Bills and resolutions 

Agriculture: exclusion of certain alien laborers from 
Federal unemployment tax (see H.R. 5679) 

Bankruptcy: prevent rejection of contracts provid- 
ing health benefits to current and former employ- 
ees of debtor (see H.R. 5376) 

Bureau of Prisons: remove limitation on convict 
labor (see H.R. 4736) 

Civil Rights Act: time limit for EEOC to review 
certain charges filed by employees (see H. Con. 
Res. 359) 

Construction industry: binding status of prehire 
agreements (see S. 2181) 

Customs Service: revise overtime laws for inspec- 
tors (see S. 2626; H.R. 5115) 

Employees: protection from employers' retaliatory 
actions (see H.R. 5645) 

ERISA: employer-based health insurance coverage 
(see H.R. 5519) 

Fisheries: limit liability for damages for personal 
injury (see H.R. 4415) 

Foreign countries: treat denial of workers' rights as 
restrictive trade practices (see H.R. 4412) 

Foreign trade: public investment in education and 
training to improve U.S. competitiveness (see 
H.R. 4719, 4728) 

Handicapped: exempt from Fair Labor Standards 
Act's minimum wage and overtime requirements 
(see H.R. 4789) 

Job Training Partnership Act: amend (see H.R. 
4115, 5185) 

establish Literacy Training Demonstration 

Program (see S. 2762) 

Minimum wages: increase (see H.R. 4227, 4323) 

increase and index (see H.R. 4493) 

youth differential (see H.R. 4487) 

National Apprenticeship Act: prevent age discrimi- 
nation and restore information collection system 
(see H.R. 5622) 

National Job Skills Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
401; H.J. Res. 721) 

National Productivity Improvement Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 417; H.J. Res. 722) 

National Quality Improvement Award: establish 
(see H.R. 5321) 

Occupational health and safety: additional informa- 
tion to workers (see H.R. 4793) 

notification to workers (see S. 2050) 

Overtime: repeal provisions of Fair Labor Stand- 
ards Act (see H.R. 4459) 

Pensions: interest rate assumptions in computing un- 
funded vested benefits of a multiemployer plan 
(see H.R. 4339) 

Unemployment: educational assistance to displaced 
workers (see S. 2374) 

Government compensation and retraining 

programs (see H.R. 5720) 

VA: exclude residents and interns from coverage 
under Federal Labor-Management Relations Stat- 
ute (see S. 2173) 

Work gloves: tariff (see H.R. 4122) 

tariff classification of certain (see S. 2104) 

Workers Freedom of Choice Act: enact (see S. 
2502) 

Working Women's Awareness Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 614) 
Cloture motions 

Labor unions: penalties for acts of labor-related vio- 
lence (S. 1774), 7391 [14AP], 7707 [16AP] 
Court decisions 

U.S. v. Emmons: Supreme Court (excerpt), 7722, 
7732 [16AP] 

U.S. v. Gibson (excerpt), 7728 [16AP] 

Unimet Corp., 26978 [29SE] 



Decisions 

First National Maintenance Corp. v. N.L.R.B. 
(sundry excerpts), 29544 [80C] 
Declarations 

National Labor Relations Act policy, 7851 [17AP] 

Unemployment: Tokyo economic summit, 10508 
[13MY] 
Documents 

Collective Bargaining, 7869 [17AP] 

National Labor Relations Act (excerpt), 7848 
[17AP] 
Factsheets 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act amendments 
(H.R. 281), 7845 [17AP] 
History 

Collective Bargaining Rights for House Restaurant 
Employees, 1 1934 [22MY] 
Letters 

Ag groups oppose Textile and Apparel Trade En- 
forcement Act override challenge: sundry 
groups, 18831 [IAU] 

Alien job discrimination protections: Albert D. 
Bourland, 30050 [90C] 

Aviation safety: (sundry excerpts), 18212 [30JY] 

Bat boys and girls program: Senator Quayle, 23891 
[18SE] 

Closing of Job Corps centers: sundry Members of 
Congress, 10231 [8MY] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act amend- 
ments: William E. Brock III, Sec. of Labor, 7852 
[17AP] 

Labor violence: Dept. of Justice (excerpt), 7712 
[16AP] 

Mothers in the work force: National Council of 
Jewish Women, 23250 [12SE] 

Polygraph Protection Act: sundry, 4541, 4546 
[12MR] 

Rehiring of air traffic controllers: Elizabeth Dole, 
Sec. of Transportation, 18212 [30JY] 

Sherman doctors' compassion, generous response 
praised: Donald M. Hayes, 33664 [170C] 

State unemployment insurance and employment 
service operations funding: William E. Brock III, 
Sec. of Labor, 22577 [10SE] 

Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: Carol 
Morton, 19364 [6AU] 

Representative Denny Smith, 20202 [8AU] 

several agriculture organizations, 19366 

[6AU] 

Wage and employment conditions for flight attend- 
ants at Trans World Airlines: NAACP, 23247 
[12SE] 
Lists 

Acts of violence at A.T. Massey Coal Co. strike, 
7726 [16AP] 

Acts of violence committed on picket lines, 7710 
[16AP] 

Construction industry NLRB cases, 7845 [17AP] 

U.S. economic competitiveness — reports and con- 
gressional documents, 32687 [160C] 
Memorandums 

Architect's Authority Relative to Collective Bar- 
gaining Rights for House Restaurant Employees, 
1 1938 [22MY] 

Trade Adjustment Assistance: Rudolph G. Penner, 
15859 [26JN] 
Memorials of legislature 

California, 16326, 16373 [14JY], 25457 [23SE], 25837 
[24SE] 

Connecticut, 9650 [6MY], 10404 [13MY] 

Hawaii, 10404 [13MY], 10704 [14MY] 

Illinois, 12129 [3JN], 12480 [4JN], 13526 [12JN], 
16373 [14JY] 

Iowa, 12624 [5JN] 

Louisiana, 16375 [14JY], 16746 [16JY] 
Messages 

Convention on Minimum Standards in Merchant 
Ships: President Reagan, 7317 [HAP] 

Tripartite Consultations To Promote Implementa- 
tion of International Labor Standards: President 
Reagan, 7316 [11 AP] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



1483 

LABOR 



Motion 

Job Training Partnership Act: amend (H.R. 5185), 
pass 3. 2069 in lieu, 20633 [11AU] 
Newsletters 

Labor violence: National Right to Work Committee 
(excerpt), 7726 [16AP] 
Opinions 

Collective bargaining for House restaurant employ- 
ees: Library of Congress, 11933 [22MY] 
Papers 

Hobbs Act Reform— S. 1774— Labor Violence Set- 
ting the Record Straight: U.S. Chamber of Com- 
merce, 7713 [16AP] 
Petitions 

Amnesty for H-2 alien workers on Guam: Ted S. 
Nelson, 12130 [3JN] 

Anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912: 
Lawrence, MA, 22192 [15AU] 

Eligibility for Social Security Act benefits for dis- 
abled working in sheltered workshops (H.R. 793): 
Worcester, MA, City Council, 9554 [6MY] 

Fair Labor Standards Act: Goodwill Industries of 
America, Inc.. 18421 [31JY] 

Human rights in El Salvador: New York Area 
Labor Committee in Support of Democracy and 
Human Rights in El Salvador, 20187 [8AU] 

Labor law reform: International Typographical 
Union, 27552 [IOC] 

Laredo Job Corps Center: Laredo, TX, City Coun- 
cil, 5830 [20MR] 

National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

AFL-CIO, 10404 [13MY] Alliance, OH, 

City Council, 16327 [14JY] 

Amherst, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY], 

16327 [14JY], 16373, 16375 [14JY] 

Avon Lake, OH, City Council, 12076 [2JN] 

Bay Village, OH, City Council, 10608 



[14MY], 11450 [20MY] 

-Berea, OH, City Council, 9466 [5MY], 9649 



[6MY] 

-Brooklyn Heights, OH, City Council, 12130 



[3JN] 

Conneaut, OH, City Council, 14298 [18JN] 

Elyria, OH, City Council, 11450 [20MY] 

Euclid, OH, City Council, 13770 [16JN] 

Glenwillow, OH, Village Council, 15288 

[24JN] 
Lake County, OH, Board of Commissioners, 

16373 [14JY] 

Lake County, OH, Commissioners, 14298 



[18JN] 

Lakewood, OH, City Council, 13527 [12JN] 

Lorain, OH, Chamber of Commerce, 11313 



[20MY], 11450[20MY] 
Mahoning County, OH, Board of Commis- 
sioners, 8412 [22 AP] 

Marion, OH, City Council, 12479 [4JN] 

Massillon, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

McDonald, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

Navarre, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

Sebring, OH, City Council, 16373 [14JY] 

— South Euclid, OH, City Council, 10404 



[13MY], 10524 [13MY] 

United Rubber Workers, 16375 [14JY] 

United Steelworkers of America, 11313 

[20MY] 
Wickliffe, OH, City Council, 12076 [2JN], 

12625 [5JN] 
Youngstown, OH, City Council, 8412 

[22AP] 
South African slave labor camps: Boston, MA, City 

Council, 7893 [17AP] 
Support Save American Industry /Jobs Day: United 

Steelworkers of America, 8787 [28AP] 
Poems 

"Love of Right," James Russell Lowell, 4686 

[13MR] 
Press releases 

Ag groups oppose Textile and Apparel Trade En- 
forcement Act override challenge: National 

Grange, 18831 [1AU] 
Alameda NARF, No. 2 and Holding, 15619 [25JN] 
Questions and answers 

Labor Productivity Assistance Act (S. 2170), 4169 

[10MR] 



Remarks in House 

AFDC: amend Work Incentive Program (H.R. 
4986), 14193 [17JN] 

AFL-CIO: International Union of Electronic, Elec- 
trical, Technical Salaried and Machine Workers, 
9473 [5MY] 

Age discrimination: abolish (H.R. 4154), 1989 
[6FE], 25426-25451 [23SE], 26582 [26SE] 

abolish (H.R. 4154), Senate amendments, 

32791-32794 [HOC] 

Aged: allow employers to take targeted jobs tax 
credit to employ (H.R. 5209), 17162 [21JY], 
22319 [9SE] 

Agriculture: exclusion of certain alien laborers from 
Federal unemployment tax (H.R. 5679), 30103 
[90C], 30168 [10OC] 

sanitation facilities for field workers, 231 

[22JA], 30844 [140C] 

working conditions for certain laborers, 7119 

[10AP] 

Airline Computer Reservation Systems Arbitration 
Act: enact (H.R. 5466), 22131, 22201-22202 
[15AU] 

Airlines: fair treatment of employees in case of 
mergers (H.R. 4838), 23405-23410 [16SE], 25091 
[19SE] 

Aliens: agricultural workers, 27322 [30SE] 

hiring decision between equally qualified citi- 
zens, nationals, and noncitizens, 30046 [90C] 

verification of immigration status, 30038, 

30041 [90C] 

Allegheny County, PA, Labor Council: anniversa- 
ry, 19622 [6AU], 25719 [23SE] 

Allerton, NY: inclusion of co-ops in National Regis- 
try of Historic Places, 32701 [160C] 

American Federation of Labor: anniversary, 16981 
[17JY] 

America's Living Standard Act: enact, 32688 
[160C] 

Asbestos Workers' Recovery Act: enact (H.R. 
1626), 3582 [4MR] 

Bankruptcy: clarify U.S. code relative to collective 
bargaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
22484 [9SE], 26977 [29SE], 30425 [10OC] 

prevent rejection of health contracts for hos- 
pitalization and benefits to employees or former 
employees of debtor (H.R. 5298), 18258 [31JY] 

protection of retirees' benefits, 26977 [29SE] 

Barrington, NJ: Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
closing, 31229 [HOC], 32164 [150C] 

Black Lung Disability Trust Fund: solvency, 3789 
[6MR] 

Budget: effects of reductions on work force, 3750 
[5MR] 

Business: loss of jobs to foreign market, 30159 
[10OC] 

Campbell Soup Co.: Farm Labor Organizing Com- 
mittee boycott, 14756 [19JN] 

Canada: foreign labor subsidies for which relief 
may be sought under duty laws (H.R. 4590), 7604 
[15AP] 

Committee on Economics (Joint): Federal policy 
regarding employment and training programs, 
16393 [14JY] 

Construction industry: collective bargaining stabili- 
ty (H.R. 281), 2045 [6FE] 

Federal contracts (H.R. 472), 2062 [6FE] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 
(H.R. 281), 7833-7837, 7841, 7858, 7876, 7889 
[17AP], 32105 [150C], 33585 [HOC] 

amend (H.R. 281), authorizing technical cor- 
rections, 7876 [17AP] 

Convict labor: remove limitation with respect to 
certain Federal contracts (H.R. 4736), 9352 
[1MY] 

Crime and criminals: racketeer influenced and cor- 
rupt organization civil court action regulation 
(H.R. 5290), 18593 [31JY] 

Davis-Bacon Act: reform proposals, 22226 [15AU] 

Dubuque, IA: H&W Motor Express Co. employee 
tribute to employers, 25708 [23SE] 

Economic conditions: impact of foreign corpora- 
tions building U.S. projects, 535 [27JA] 



promote competitiveness in the U.S. (H.R. 

5717), 32686 [160C] 

Education: improve literary skills, 9712, 9713, 9714 
[7MY] 

Employment: criminal prosecution of business re- 
garding health and safety laws, 4379 [11 MR] 

discrimination against cancer history victims, 

18815 [1AU] 

parental leave, 14978 [23JN] 

simplify pensions, 10261 [9MY] 

Enact (H.R. 1562): veto, 19613 [6AU] 

ERISA: single employer termination provisions, 
3794-3796, 3798 [6MR] 

Extended Unemployment Insurance Reform Act: 
enact (H.R. 4467), 5855 [20MR] 

Fair Labor Standards Act: amend (H.R. 3530), 
18813 [1AU] 

minimum wages requirements, 5781-5785 

[20MR] 

Fair Trade and Economic Justice Act: enact (H.R. 
4412), 4685 [13MR] 

Fairness in Competition Act: enact (H.R. 5304), 
18821 [1AU] 

Family Leave Act: enact, 23367 [16SE] 

Foreign countries: competition with domestic indus- 
tries for U.S. Government contracts, 11838 
[22MY] 

Foreign trade: impact, 23601 [17SE] 

public investment in education and training 

to improve U.S. competitiveness (H.R. 4719), 
9141 [30AP] 

workers' rights (H.R. 4412), 4685 [13MR] 

Gompers, Samuel: biographical series, 16981 [17JY] 

House of Representatives: collective bargaining 
rights for restaurant employees, 11933-11942 
[22MY], 12117 [3JN] 

Housing: legalize home industrial work, 29841 
[80C] 

Illegal aliens: penalties for hiring, 30042 [90C] 

Immigration: U.S. policy regarding visas for em- 
ployment, 18836 [1AU] 

Immigration and nationality laws: improve adminis- 
tration (H.R. 5559), 27009 [29SE] 

Indianola, MS: Delta Catfish Processors, Inc. vote 
for United Food and Commercial Workers Inter- 
national Union, 32702 [160C] 

Individual retirement accounts: partial withdrawal 
of funds for purpose of job training (H.R. 5091), 
16254 [26JN] 

INS: restrict access of enforcement officers from 
certain agricultural property, 30055-30059 [90C] 

Insurance: reporting of company reserves, 6790 
[SAP] 

Inter-American Special Symposium for the Handi- 
capped: value of education, 14853 [20JN] 

Ireland, Northern: MacBride Principals of employ- 
ment, 23251 [12SE] 

Iron and steel industry: import restrictions, 5580 
[19MR] 

require to use tax credits for employee insur- 
ance or retirement benefits, or reinvest them 
(H.R. 5327), 18844 [1AU] 

Job Corps: closing of centers, 10231 [8MY], 10699 
[14MY] 

funding, 11120 [15MY] 

Job Corps training centers: closing of certain, 10124 
[8MY] 

Job Training Partnership Act: amend (H.R. 5185), 
16961, 16999, 17006, 17023, 17025 [17JY], 
20626-20633 [11AU] 

amend (H.R. 5185), pass S. 2069 in lieu, 

20633 [11AU] 

Labor-Management Notification and Consultation 
Act: enact (H.R. 1616), 2056 [6FE], 32700 
[160C] 

Lawrence, MA: anniversary of the Bread and 
Roses Strike of 1912, 22192 [15AU] 

Macomb, IL: King-Seeley Thermos Co. closing, 
13176 [10JN] 

Maine Central Railroad Co.: provide for temporary 
prohibition of strikes, 17716, 17722 [24JY] 

May Day centennial: observance, 9361 [1MY] 






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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Merit Systems Protection Board: provide for the 
more expeditious granting of relief in cases in- 
volving suspended employees (H.R. 2602), 14481 
[18JN] 
Mexico: Dept. of Commerce sponsoring of Expo 
Maquila to encourage U.S. investments, 30158, 
30159 [10OC] 
Meyers Industries, Inc.: NLRB case regarding 

safety regulations, 30123 [90C] 
Michigan: injunction of State employees against the 

UAW, 17862 [28JY] 
Milwaukee, WI: Brewery Workers Week, 8015 

[17AP] 
Minimum wages: increase (H.R. 4323), 3756 [5MR] 

rate adjustment, 8567 [23AP] 

National Conference on Competitiveness: conven- 
ing, 8419 [22AP], 8569 [23AP] 
joint congressional, business, higher educa- 
tion forum project, 9712, 9713 [7MY] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(H.J. Res. 131), 13251 [11JN] 
Occupational Hazard Communication Act: enact 
(H.R. 4793), 10123 [8MY], 10251, 10259 [9MY] 
Ohio: civilian classification system to ensure pay 

equity, 5848 [20MR] 
Owens-Corning Corp.: layoffs, 32172 [160C] 
Parental and Medical Leave Act: enact (H.R. 4300), 
5089 [17MR], 16528 [15JY], 18244 [30JY], 22330 
[9SE], 23365, 23368 [16SE], 25382, 25385 [23SE], 
26373 [25SE], 27434, 27441 [30SE], 30142 [90C], 
30426 [10OC], 33620 [170C] 
Parental leave: provide for minimum job protection 

for workers, 30120 [90C] 
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.: funding, 3792 

[6MR] 
Pension Restoration Act: enact, 30127 [90C] 
Pensions: compensation for workers with terminat- 
ed plans, 30398 [10OC] 
Polygraph Protection Act: enact (H.R. 1524), 4515 
[12MR], 4522 [13MRH553 [12MR] 

enact (H.R. 1524), technical corrections, 

4553 [12MR] 
Portland, ME, Terminal Co.: provide for temporary 

prohibition of strikes, 17716, 17722 [24JY] 
Prisons: marketplace for prison industry-made 

goods, 22953 [USE] 
Private sector: unemployment, 33605 [170C] 
Product safety: liability, 1448 [4FE] 
"Protecting American Workers— An Assessment of 
Government Programs": analysis, 16498 [15JY] 
Public Service Recognition Week: designate (H.J. 

Res. 609), 9490 [6MY] 
Public welfare: eligibility requirements and work 

incentives, 17324 [22JY] 
Retirement: abolish mandatory (H.R. 4154), 1989 
[6FE], 25426-25451 [23SE], 26582 [26SE] 

abolish mandatory (H.R. 4154), Senate 

amendments, 32791-32794 [HOC] 

eliminate mandatory, 18151 [30JY] 

Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program, 30186 
[10OC] 

enact (H.R. 1690), 5863 [20MR], 23027 

[USE] 
Shorter Work Week Act: enact (H.R. 2933), 4871 

[13MR] 
Soviet Union: prohibit importation of goods made 

by slave labor, 12308 [4JN] 
Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 
(H.R. 1562), 3239 [27FE] 

enact (H.R. 1562), veto, 16660 [16JY], 17413 

[23JY], 17710 [24JY], 18149 [30JY], 18255, 18256, 
18257 [31JY], 18655, 18658, 18831, 18842 [1AU], 
18905, 19007 [4AU], 19015, 19017, 19113 [5AU], 
19335, 19336, 19337, 19338, 19339, 19340, 19341, 
19342, 19348, 19355, 19382, 19387, 19616, 19630, 
19636 [6AU], 19642 [7AU], 20196, 20202 [8AU], 
21448 [13AU] 
Trade Adjustment Assistance Act: extend (H.R. 

4109), 1449 [4FE] 
Trade Adjustment Assistance Program: extend, 697 

[29JA] 
funding, 3788, 3799 [6MR], 4008 [6MR] 



Trade Law Improvement Act: enact (H.R. 4580), 

7558, 7559 [15AP] 
Trans World Airlines: flight attendant strike, 4687 
[13MR] 

wage and employment conditions for flight 

attendants, 23247 [12SE] 
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory: anniversary of fire 

6824 [8AP] 
Turkey: trial of trade unionists, 16983 [17JY] 
Unemployment: national rate and consequences, 
33572 [170C] 

target areas for government work, 29959 

[90C] 
Union Carbide Corp.: plant safety, 12521 [4JN] 
USX Corp.: labor-management dispute, 25882 

[24SE] 
Vocational Rehabilitation Act: amend (H.R. 4021) 
9493-9504 [6MY] 

amend (H.R. 4021), conference report, 

28088-28095 [20C] 
amend (H.R. 4021), conference report enroll- 
ment corrections (H. Con. Res. 400), 28624 [30C] 

amend (H.R. 4021), technical corrections, 

28095 [20C] 

amend (H.R. 4021), waiving certain points of 

order against conference report, 28077 [20C] 
W.K. Kellogg Foundation: E.B.I. Breakthru, Inc. 

handicapped training, 33673 [170C] 
"We Can Do It": International Association of Ma- 
chinists and Aerospace Workers' film, 9702 
[6MY] 
Wisconsin: history of approach regarding workers, 

21759 [14AU] 
Worker rights, 11364, 11374, 11439 [20MY], 11541, 

11596 [21 MY] 
Workmen's Circle: tribute, 10728 [14MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Age discrimination: abolish (H.R. 4154), 32656- 

32663 [160C], 33533 [HOC] 
Agriculture: exclusion of certain alien laborers from 
Federal unemployment tax (H.R. 5679), 33817 
[180C] 
Airlines: fair treatment of employees in case of 

mergers, 33382 [170C] 
fair treatment of employees in case of merg- 
ers (H.R. 4838), 23887 [18SE] 
Bakery, Confectionery, and Tobacco Workers 

International Union: anniversary, 9984 [8MY] 
Bankruptcy: clarify U.S. code relative to collective 
bargaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
28564-28568 [30C] 
Brown, Esther: You're Still Ticking Award finalist, 

6579 [27MR] 
Business: allow for deduction of certain expenses 

related to individual's trade, 14941 [23JN] 
Children: provide for safety standards and labeling 

of certain products (S. 2689), 17576 [24JY] 
Cole, James: You're Still Ticking Award finalist, 

6579 [27MR] 
Construction industry: binding status of prehire 
agreements (S. 2181), 4320 [11MR], 4469 [12MR], 
18795 [1AU] 

labor law amendments, 32431, 32435 [160C] 

stability of collective bargaining (H.R. 281), 

8829 [28AP] 
Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 

(H.R. 281), 8117 [21 AP], 10107 [8MY] 
Contract Disputes Act: amend (S. 2006), 307 [22JA] 
Dept. of Labor: closing of certain Job Corps cen- 
ters, 12906 [6JN] 
study on labor law and future of labor-man- 
agement cooperation, 29543-29545 [80C] 
Drug industry: study of labeling for foreign pro- 
duced drugs, 10571 [14MY] 
Economic conditions: forecasts, 3506 [4MR] 

increase in real wages and salaries, 14988 

[24JN] 

productivity growth rate, 18052 [30JY] 

unemployment rate as indicator for current 

labor market conditions, 29407 [80C] 
Employment: decline in work force for older men, 

25101 [22SE] 
freedom of choice relative to union member- 
ship (S. 2502), 11757 [21 MY] 



growth of service industry, 18429 [31JY] 

Fair Labor Standards Act: amend, 16355 [14JY] 

amend (S. 2148), 3965 [6MR] 

amend to permit volunteer baseball bat boys 

and girls (S. 2277), 7012 [9AP] 
Foreign trade: relief for industries injured by unfair 

competition (S. 2099), 2726-2729 [25FE] 
Group eligibility requirements: policy, 26467-26472 

[26SE] 
High Risk Occupational Disease Notification and 

Prevention Act: enact (S. 2050), 1722 [5FE] 
Iron and steel industry: administration's trade 
policy, 19124 [5AU] 

Sparrows Point steel plant in Baltimore, 

MD, 10636 [14MY] 
Jackson, Lonnie: You're Still Ticking Award final- 
ist, 6579 [27MR] 
Labor Productivity Assistance Act: enact (S. 2170), 

4166 [10MR] 
Labor unions: collective bargaining, 2078 [7FE] 

penalties for acts of labor-related violence (S. 

1774), 7698, 7700 [16AP] 

penalties for acts of labor-related violence (S. 

1774), motion to proceed to consideration, 7391 
[HAP], 7709-7736, 7750 [16AP] 

penalties for acts of labor-related violence (S. 

1774), motion to proceed to consideration — clo- 
ture, 7391, 7393 [HAP], 7707 [16AP] 
Literacy Training Demonstration Act: enact (S. 

2762), 21605 [14AU] 
Lucco, Patsey: You're Still Ticking Award finalist, 

6579 [27MR] 
Machine tool industry: import quotas, 4076 [7MR] 
Made in America Month: designate (S.J. Res. 391) 

20928 [12AU] 
Maine Central Railroad Co.: prohibition on strikes 
or lockouts (S.J. Res. 378), 17578 [24JY], 17768 
[25JY] 
National Job Skills Week: designate (S.J. Res. 401), 
21614 [14AU], 26183 [25SE] 

observance, 29586 [80C], 30284 [10OC] 

National Productivity Improvement Week: desig- 
nate (S.J. Res. 417), 25130 [22SE] 
Parental and Medical Leave Act: enact (S. 2278), 

7013-7018 [9AP] 
Retirement: abolish mandatory (H.R. 4J54), 32656- 

32663 [160C], 33533 [HOC] 
Roads and highways: application of wage rates to 
Federal-aid highway contracts, 25568-25573 
[23SE] 
Scher, Charles: You're Still Ticking Award finalist, 

6579 [27MR] 
Senate Productivity Award: Preston Trucking Co., 

29192 [70C] 
Smith, Claude B.: You're Still Ticking Award final- 
ist, 6579 [27MR] 

employee fringe benefits (S. Res. 303), 799- 

801 [29JA], 2404 [19FE], 4498 [12MR] 

retirement benefits (S. Res. 304), 801 [29JA] 

Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 
(H.R. 1562), veto, 18999 [4AU], 19132-19134 
[5AU] 
Thornton, Rebecca: You're Still Ticking Award fi- 
nalist, 6579 [27MR] 
Trade Adjustment Assistance: extend eligibility to 

certain workers, 22573 [10SE] 
Trade adjustment assistance: funds, 15858-15865 

[26JN] 
Unemployment: educational assistance to displaced 

workers (S. 2374), 8790-8795 [28AP] 
VA: exclude residents and interns from coverage 
under Federal labor-management relations statute 
(S. 2173), 4314 [11MR] 
Vocational Rehabilitation Act: amend (H.R. 4021), 
23346 [15SE] 

amend (H.R. 4021), conference report, 

28618-28624 [30C] 
Walden, Katherine: You're Still Ticking Award fi- 
nalist, 6579 [27MR] 
Weirton, WV: tribute, 25462, 25464 [23SE] 
Work Incentive Demonstration Program: extend 
authority to operate, 28352 [30C] 






CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



1485 

LABOR UNIONS 



Reports 

Advance Notice — Emerging Consensus: AFL-CIO, 
32700 [160C] 

Age Discrimination in Employment (excerpt), 
25434 [23SE] 

Air Emissions and Incident Reduction Program: 
Union Carbide Corp., 12522 [4JN] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act Amend- 
ments: (excerpt), 7862 [17AP] 

Criminal Code Reform Act: Committee on the Ju- 
diciary (excerpt), 7715, 7724 [16AP] 

Labor Law and Labor-Management Cooperation: 
Dept. of L.abor (sundry excerpts), 29544 [80C] 

Labor Violence: House Republican Study Commit- 
tee, 7734-7736 [16AP] 

Organized Crime, Business, and Labor Unions: 
President's Commission on Organized Crime (ex- 
cerpt), 7711, 7712 [16AP] 

Puerto Ricans — Growing Problems for a Growing 
Population: National Committee for Full Em- 
ployment, 25070 [19SE] 
Reports by conference committees 

Vocational Rehabilitation Act Amendments (H.R. 
4021), 28052-28075 [20C] 
Reports filed 

Abolition of Mandatory Retirement and Age Dis- 
crimination (H.R. 4154; H. Res. 554) (H. Rept. 
99-840), 24686 [18SE] 

Age Discrimination and Employment Act Relating 
to Mandatory Retirement: Committee on Educa- 
tion and Labor (H.R. 4154) (H. Rept. 99-756), 
19460 [6AU] 

Clarify U.S. Code Relative to Rejection of Collec- 
tive Bargaining Agreements by Debtors in Bank- 
ruptcy: Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 5490) 
(H. Rept. 99-917), 27116 [29SE] 

Counting all the Jobless— Problems With the Offi- 
cial Unemployment Rate: Committee on Govern- 
ment Operations (S. Rept. 99-661), 18908 [4AU] 

Depts. of HHS, Labor, and Education Appropria- 
tions: Committee on Appropriations (H.R. 5233) 
(H. Rept. 99-711), 17691 [24JY] 

Committee on Appropriations (H.R. 5233) 

(S. Rept. 99^*08), 21917 [15AU] 

Designate National Day for Federal Retirees: Com- 
mittee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 276), 3957 
[6MR] 

Designate National Employ the Older Worker 
Week: Committee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 
265), 3170 [27FE] 

Designate National Job Skills Week: Committee on 
the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 401), 24968 [19SE] 

Designate National Productivity Improvement 
Week: Committee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 
417), 27994 [20C] 

Designate National Save American Industry and 
Jobs Day: Committee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 
346), 12772 [5JN] 

Home Based Clerical Workers: Committee on Gov- 
ernment Operations (H. Rept. 99-677), 16745 
[16JY] 

Job Training Partnership Act: Committee on Edu- 
cation and Labor (H.R. 5158) (H. Rept. 99-754), 
19460 [6AU] 

Committee on Labor and Human Resources 

(S. 2069) (S. Rept. 99-317), 12772 [5JN] 

Parental Leave in Cases Involving Birth, Adoption, 
or Serious Health Condition of Children: Com- 
mittee on Education and Labor (H.R. 4300) (H. 
Rept. 99-699), 19950 [8AU] 

Committee on Post Office and Civil Service 

(H.R. 4300) (H. Rept. 99-699), 17054 [21JY] 

Committee on Rules (H.R. 4300; H. Res. 

552) (H. Rept. 99-838), 24686 [18SE] 

Rehabilitation Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
Labor and Human Resources (S. 2515) (S. Rept. 
99-388), 20147 [8AU] 

Sense of Congress in Opposition To Employment 
Discrimination Against Persons Who Have 
Cancer: Committee on Education and Labor (H. 
Con. Res. 321) (H. Rept. 99-774), 19951 [8AU] 



Settlement of Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co. Labor-Management Dispute 
With Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Em- 
ployees: Committee on Energy and Commerce 
(H.J. Res. 728) (H. Rept. 99-864), 25456 [23SE] 

System for Preventing Illness Among High Risk 
Workers of Occupational Disease: Committee on 
Education and Labor (H.R. 1309) (H. Rept. 99- 
691), 16965 [17JY] 

Committee on Rules (H.R. 1309; H. Res. 

506) (H. Rept. 99-703), 17317 [22JY] 

Temporary Prohibition of Strikes in Maine Central 
Railroad Co. and Portland Terminal Co. Labor- 
Management Dispute: Committee on Energy and 
Commerce (H.J. Res. 683) (H. Rept. 99-784), 
21130[12AU] 

Training of Workers Involved in Highway Trans- 
port of Hazardous Materials: Committee on Gov- 
ernment Operations (H. Rept. 99-985), 30116 
[90C] 

Veterans' Educational Assistance for On the Job 
Training Under All-Volunteer Force Educational 
Assistance Program: Committee on Veterans' Af- 
fairs (H.R. 3747) (H. Rept. 99-1015), 33698 
[180C] 

Vocational Rehabilitation Act: committee of con- 
ference (H.R. 4021) (H. Rept. 99-955), 28178 
[20C] 

Committee on Rules (H.R. 4021; H. Res. 

569) (H. Rept. 99-948), 27550 [IOC] 
Songs 

"Eight-Hour Day Song", 9361 [1MY] 
Statements 

Attitudes Toward Rehiring Patco Strikers: Roper 
Organization, Inc., 18206 [30JY] 

Civilian Classification System (excerpt), 5848 
[20MR] 

Employer Alienage Discrimination: Theodore M. 
Hesburgh, 30048 [90C] 

Formation of the Law Project: William E. Brock, 
Sec. of Labor, 29543 [80C] 

Labor Violence: George Johns, 7725 [16AP] 

Sam Hobbs, 7722 [16AP] 

Observance of National Job Skills Week: American 
Society for Training and Development, 29586 
[80C] 

Sale of Conrail: Conrail employees, 2235 [18FE] 

Self-Employment Opportunity Act: Representatives 
Gephardt and Wyden, 5863 [20MR] 

Shorter Work Week Act: Senator Proxmire (ex- 
cerpt), 4871 [13MR] 

Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: Presi- 
dent Reagan, 19337 [6AU] 

Work Regulations for Agricultural Laborers: Wil- 
liam E. Brock III, Sec. of Labor, 7120 [10AP] 

Workers' Rights: Representative Pease, 11377 
[20MY] 
Studies 

Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to 
Employees of State and Local Governments: 
Dept. of Labor, 18814 [1AU] 

Displaced Workers Programs, 8791 [28AP] 

Employment: Carnegie Forum on Education and 
the Economy (excerpt), 26184 [25SE] 

Federal Policies Affecting American Workers: Joint 
Committee on Economics, 16393 [14JY] 

Labor Violence: University of Pennsylvania (ex- 
cerpt), 7727 [16AP] 

Minimum Wages: National Council on Employment 
Policy (excerpt), 3756 [5MR] 

Technology and Structural Unemployment (ex- 
cerpt), 8791 [28AP] 
Summaries 

Job Training Partnership Act Amendments (H.R. 
5185), 16962 [17JY] 

Protection Against Unfair Trade Competition (S. 
2099), 3366 [28FE] 
Tables 

Budget deficit and unemployment, 10508 [13MY] 

Comparison of Labor Productivity Assistance Act, 
the JTPA, and the Trade Adjustment Assistance 
Act, 4168 [10MR] 
Testimonies 

Iron and Steel Industry Import Restrictions: Mal- 
colm Baldrige, Sec. of Commerce, 5580 [19MR] 



Labor Violence: Dept. of Justice, 7713, 7729 
[16AP] 
Texts of 

Expand employee role in corporate divestiture con- 
sent decree proceedings, 18844 [1AU] 

H.J. Res. 131, National Safety in the Workplace 
Week, 13252 [11JN] 

H.J. Res. 609, Public Service Recognition Week, 
9490 [6MY] 

H.R. 281, Construction Industry Labor Law Act 
amendments, 7858 [17AP] 

H.R. 4021, Vocational Rehabilitation Act amend- 
ments, 9493 [6MY] 

H.R. 4793, Occupational Hazard Communication 
Act, 10252 [9MY] 

H.R. 4838, ensure fair treatment of airline employ- 
ees in mergers, 23405 [16SE], 23410 [18SE], 
25091 [19SE] 

H.R. 5185, Job Training Partnership Act amend- 
ments, 20626 [11 AU] 

H.R. 5298, prevent certain companies filing for 
bankruptcy from discontinuing medical and life 
insurance benefits for current or former employ- 
ees, 18814 [1AU] 

H.R. 5559, improve administration of the immigra- 
tion and nationality laws, 27009 [29SE] 

H.R. 5679, exclusion of certain alien agricultural 
laborers from Federal unemployment tax, 30103 
[90C] 

S. 1774, penalties for acts of labor-related violence, 
7718, 7729 [16AP] 

S. 2006, Contract Disputes Act amendments, 307 
[22JA] 

S. 2050, High Risk Occupational Disease Notifica- 
tion and Prevention Act, 1723-1725 [5FE] 

S. 2069, Job Training Partnership Act amendments, 
20632 [11AU] 

S. 2099, protection against unfair competition from 
foreign trade, 3363-3365 [28FE] 

S. 2148, Fair Labor Standards Act amendments, 
3966 [6MR] 

S. 2170, Labor Productivity Assistance Act, 4167- 
4168 [10MR] 

S. 2173, exclude VA residents and interns from 
coverage under Federal labor -management rela- 
tions statute, 4314 [11MR] 

S. 2181, binding status of prehire agreements on 
construction industry, 4320 [1 1MR] 

S. 2278, Parental and Medical Leave Act, 7014- 
7018 [9AP] 

S. 2374, educational assistance to displaced workers, 
8794 [28AP] 

S. 2502, Workers Freedom of Choice Act, 11757 
[21 MY] 

S. 2762, Literacy Training Demonstration Act, 
21605 [14AU] 

S. 2777, permit volunteer baseball bat boys and 
girls, 7013 [9AP] 

S. Res. 303, taxation of employee fringe benefits, 
799 [29JA] 

S. Res. 304, taxation of retirement benefits, 801 
[29JA] 

S.J. Res. 401, National Job Skills Week, 21614 
[14AU] 

S.J. Res. 417, National Productivity Improvement 
Week, 28562 [30C] 
LABOR PRODUCTIVITY ASSISTANCE ACT 
Questions and answers 

Provisions (S. 2170), 4169 [10MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Enact (S. 2170), 4166 [10MR] 
Tables 

Comparison of Labor Productivity Assistance Act, 
the JTPA, and the Trade Adjustment Assistance 
Act, 4168 [10MR] 
Texts of 

S. 2170, provisions, 4167-4168 [10MR] 
LABOR UNIONS 
Addresses 

Lyndon H. LaRouche: Senator Moynihan, 9014 
[30AP] 



HHB 



I486 

LABOR UNIONS 

Peace and Democracy in Central America: Lane 
Kirkland, 2410 [19FE] 
Amendments 

Bankruptcy: clarify U.S. code relative to collective 
bargaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
28531, 28564, 28565 [30C] 
Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 
(H.R. 281), 7556 [15AP], 7690 [16AP], 7859, 
7861, 7862, 7865, 7871 [17AP], 10100-10107 
[8MY] 
Articles and editorials 

A.T. Massey Coal Co. Strike (excerpt), 7725 

[16AP] 
Air Safety Chief Minimizes Survey Findings, 6969 

[9AP] 
Aircraft Safety— Cracks Begin To Show in the 

System, 6997-7000 [9AP] 
Back to the Sweatshop, 29842 [80C] 
Bargain Houses— No Speculators Need Apply, 390 

[23JA] 
Big Steel Producers Scrap on Home Turf, 19124 

[5AU] 
Bob McGlotten— As Labor's Top Lobbyist, Fight- 
ing To Hold the Line, 13655 [12JN] 
Boost of the Minimum Wage Is Overdue: National 

Council on Employment Policy, 8567 [23AP] 
Devil and Roy Williams, 20166 [8AU] 
Edmond Bishop Succumbs at Age 53, 26184 [25SE] 
Evening Rush Hour in a Different Plane, 19128 

[5AU] 
Flying Under the Personnel Ceiling, 19128 [5AU] 
Going Straight, 15174 [24JN] 
Golden Gates (excerpt), 6982 [9AP] 
Harry Van Arsdale, Jr. Dies at 80, 2507 [20FE] 
Harry Van Arsdale— Headed AFL-CIO Council, 

2507 [20FE] 
Homework, 31236 [140C] 
It's Time To Put Labor Racketeers Out of Business, 

20167 [8AU] 
Kirkland Hails Labor's Role in Aquino Ouster of 

Marcos, 4180 [10MR] 
Labor Leader Van Arsdale Dies, 2508 [20FE] 
1981 Strike Still a Drag on Air Traffic Monitors, 

19126-19127 [5AU] 
NLRB Backs Firing for Safety Report, 30124 

[90C] 
Overseas Employees Favored in Cutbacks— U.S. 

Firms Fight Layoff Laws Here, 2057 [6FE] 
Replacement Longs for a Union, 19128 [5AU] 
Samuel Gompers Papers— Volume One— Making of 

a Union Leader, 1850-86, 16981 [17JY] 
Senate Test of Labor's Strength, 18795 [1AU] 
Sheet-Metal Justice, 7562 [15AP] 
Textile Union Officials Defend Actions by Mills, 

861 1 [24AP] 
Their Ranks Eroded, Unions Try To Recruit Illegal 

Immigrants, 33229 [170C] 
To Be an Air Controller, It Takes Quick Wits, 

19129 [5AU] 
UAW's Voice Against Imports, 18830 [1AU] 
Unionization Wins a Round in South, 32702 [160C] 
Warning Signals, 6965 [9AP] 

Why Can't They Work at Home?, 33669 [170C] 
Bills and resolutions 

Bankruptcy: clarify current law on rejection of col- 
lective bargaining agreements by debtors (see S. 
2806; H.R. 5490) 
Construction industry: binding status of prehire 

agreements (see S. 2181) 
Foreign countries: treat denial of workers' rights as 

restrictive trade practices (see H.R. 4412) 
Maine Central Railroad Co.: settlement of labor- 
management dispute (see S.J. Res. 415; H.J. Res. 
728) 
Maine Central Railroad Co./Brotherhood of Main- 
tenance of Way Employees: labor-management 
dispute (see S.J. Res. 378; H.J. Res. 683) 
Portland Terminal Co.: settlement of labor-manage- 
ment dispute (see S.J. Res. 415; H.J. Res. 728) 
Senate Legal Counsel: intervention in American 
Postal Workers Union v. U.S. and in American 
Federation of Government Employees v. U.S. 
(see S. Res. 317) 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



United Steelworkers of America: commemorate an- 
niversary (see S. Res. 428) 
VA: exclude residents and interns from coverage 
under Federal Labor-Management Relations Stat- 
ute (see S. 2173) 
Workers Freedom of Choice Act: enact (see S 
2502) 
Cloture motions 
Crime and criminals: penalties for acts of labor- 
related violence (S. 1774), 7391 [14AP], 7707 
[16AP] 
Court decisions 
U.S. v. Emmons: Supreme Court (excerpt), 7722 

7732 [16AP] 
U.S. v. Gibson (excerpt), 7728 [16AP] 
Declarations 

National Labor Relations Act policy, 7851 [17AP] 
Documents 

Collective Bargaining, 7869 [17AP] 
National Labor Relations Act (excerpt), 7848 
[17AP] 
Factsheets 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act amendments 
(H.R. 281), 7845 [17AP] 
History 
Collective Bargaining Rights for House Restaurant 
Employees, 11934[22MY] 
Letters 

Aviation safety: (sundry excerpts), 18212 [30JY] 
Construction Industry Labor Law Act amend- 
ments: William E. Brock III, Sec. of Labor, 7852 
[17AP] 
Labor violence: Dept. of Justice (excerpt), 7712 

[16AP] 
National Endowment for Democracy's activities: 
AFL-CIO (excerpt), 28391 [30C] 

Polish American Congress, Inc. (excerpt), 

28391 [30C] 
Rehiring of air traffic controllers: Elizabeth Dole, 

Sec. of Transportation, 18212 [30JY] 
Retiree benefits of bankrupt companies: Representa- 
tive Clay, 28564 [30C] 
Sale of Conrail: Dept. of Justice, 367 [23JA] 

United Transportation Union, 365 [23JA] 

Wage and employment conditions for flight attend- 
ants at Trans World Airlines: NAACP, 23247 
[12SE] 
Lists 

Acts of violence at A.T. Massey Coal Co. strike, 

7726 [16AP] 
Acts of violence committed on picket lines, 7710 

[16AP] 
Construction industry NLRB cases, 7845 [17APJ 
Memorandums 

Architect's Authority Relative to Collective Bar- 
gaining Rights for House Restaurant Employees, 
11938 [22MY] 
Memorials of legislature 

California, 16326 [14JY], 16373 [14JY], 25457 

[23SE], 25837 [24SE] 
Illinois, 13526 [12JN], 16373 [14JY] 
Louisiana, 16375 [14JY] 
Maine, 11713 [21MY] 
Messages 
Tripartite Consultations To Promote Implementa- 
tion of International Labor Standards: President 
Reagan, 7316 [11 AP] 
Newsletters 

Labor violence: National Right to Work Committee 
(excerpt), 7726 [16AP] 
Opinions 
Collective bargaining for House restaurant employ- 
ees: Library of Congress, 11933 [22MY] 
Papers 

Hobbs Act Reform — S. 1774 — Labor Violence Set- 
ting the Record Straight: U.S. Chamber of Com- 
merce, 7713 [16AP] 
Petitions 

Designate Save American Industry/Jobs Day: 

AFL-CIO, 10404 [13MY][13MY] 
Dispute with Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co.: Brotherhood of Maintenance 
of Way Employees, 23474 [16SE], 24955 [19SE] 



Labor law reform: International Typographical 

Union, 27552 [IOC] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 
Alliance, OH, City Council, 16327 [14JY] 

Amherst, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

16327 [14JY], 16373, 16375 [14JY] 

Avon Lake, OH, City Council, 12076 [2JN] 

Bay Village, OH, City Council, 10608 

[14MY], 11450 [20MY] 

Berea, OH, City Council, 9466 [5MY], 9649 

[6MY] 

Brooklyn Heights, OH, City Council, 12130 

[3JN] 

Conneaut, OH, City Council, 14298 [18JN] 

Elyria, OH, City Council, 1 1450 [20MY] 

Euclid, OH, City Council, 13770 [16JN] 

Glenwillow, OH, Village Council, 15288 

[24JN] 

Lake County, OH, Commissioners, 14298 

[18JN], 16373 [14JY] 

Lakewood, OH, City Council, 13527 [12JN] 

Lorain, OH, Chamber of Commerce, 11313 

[20MY], 1 1450 [20MY] 

Massillon, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

Marion, OH, City Council, 12479 [4JN] 

McDonald, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

Navarre, OH, City Council, 10608 [14MY] 

South Euclid, OH, City Council, 10404 

[13MY], 10524 

Sebring, OH, City Council, 16373 [14JY] 

United Rubber Workers, 16375 [14JY] 

United Steelworkers of America, 11313 

[20MY] 

Wickliffe, OH, City Council, 12076 [2JN], 

12625 [5JN] 
Union representation: Carol Barber, 4578 [12MR] 
Remarks in House 

AFL-CIO: International Union of Electronic, Elec- 
trical, Technical Salaried and Machine Workers, 
9473 [5MY] 
American Federation of Labor: anniversary, 16981 

[17JY] 
Bakery, Confectionery & Tobacco Workers Inter- 
national Union: anniversary, 10559 [13MY] 
Bankruptcy: clarify U.S. code relative to collective 
bargaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
22484 [9SE], 26977 [29SE], 30425 [10OC] 

protection of retirees' benefits, 26977 [29SE] 

Burnsky, Paul J.: tribute, 19634 [6AU] 
Construction industry: collective bargaining stabili- 
ty (H.R. 281), 2045 [6FE] 

Federal contracts (H.R. 472), 2062 [6FE] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 
(H.R. 281), 7833-7837, 7841, 7858-7876, 7889 
[17AP], 32105 [150C], 33585 [170C] 
amend (H.R. 281), authorizing technical cor- 
rections, 7876 [17AP] 
Crime and criminals: Mafia, 4110-4115 [10MR] 
Dues: political uses, 19399 [6AU] 
ERISA: single employer termination provisions, 

3794-3796, 3798 [6MR] 
Fairness in Competition Act: enact (H.R. 5304), 

18821 [1AU] 
Gompers, Samuel: biographical series, 16981 [17JY] 
Groulx, Richard K.: tribute, 655 [28JA] 
House of Representatives: collective bargaining 
rights for restaurant employees, 11933-11942 
[22MY], 12117 [3JN] 
Housing: legalize home industrial work, 29841 

[80C] 
Indianola, MS: Delta Catfish Processors, Inc. vote 
for United Food and Commercial Workers Inter- 
national Union, 32702 [160C] 
International Typographical Union: anniversary, 

16518 [15JY] 
Labor: effects of budget reductions on work force, 

3750 [5MR] 
Labor-Management Notification and Consultation 
Act: enact (H.R. 1616), 2056 [6FE], 32700 
[160C] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Leather Goods, Plastics, Handbags & Novelty 
Workers' Union, Local 1: anniversary, 16243 
[26JN] 

Machine tools: import restraints, 33146 [HOC] 

Maine Central Railroad Co.: provide for temporary 
prohibition of strikes, 17716, 17722 [24JY] 

settlement of labor-management dispute (S.J. 

Res. 415), 25396 [23SE] 

settlement of labor-management dispute (S.J. 

Res. 415), authorizing corrections in engrossment. 
25399 [23SE] 

Meyers Industries, Inc.: NLRB case regarding 
safety regulations, 30123 [90C] 

Michigan: injunction of State employees against the 
UAW, 17862 [28JY] 

Minimum wages: rate adjustment, 8567 [23AP] 

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.: funding, 3792 
[6MR] 

Philadelphia, PA: anniversary of the Bakery, Con- 
fectionery and Tobacco Workers Union, Local 6, 
30457 [10OC] 

tribute to Assistance Program for alcoholism 

and drug abuse, 16272 [26JN] 

Phillips, Bill: tribute, 19634 [6AU] 

Portland, ME, Terminal Co.: provide for temporary 
prohibition of strikes, 17716, 17722 [24JY] 

settlement of labor-management dispute (S.J. 

Res. 415), 25396 [23SE] 

settlement of labor-management dispute (S.J. 

Res. 415), authorizing corrections in engrossment, 
25399 [23SE] 

Postal Service: use of compulsory union dues for 
political purposes, 26585 [26SE] 

Railroads: prohibition of strikes or lockouts with 
respect to Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co. (H.J. Res. 683), 21001 [12AU], 
23846 [17SE] 

prohibition of strikes or lockouts with re- 
spect to Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co. (H.J. Res. 683), technical cor- 
rections, 21004 [12AU] 

Trans World Airlines: flight attendant strike, 4687 
[13MR] 

wage and employment conditions for flight 

attendants, 23247 [12SE] 

Turkey: trial of trade unionists, 16983 [17JY] 

USX Corp.: labor-management dispute, 25882 
[24SE] 

Williams, Lynn: tribute, 33667 [170C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Aeronautics: airline safety investigation, 6996 [9AP] 

Air traffic controllers: anniversary of strike, 19125 
[5AU] 

Airports: rehire air traffic controllers, 6965-6970 
[9AP] 

suitability of air traffic controllers who par- 
ticipated in 1981 strike, 23709-23712 [17SE] 

Arts: allow performers rights of collective bargain- 
ing (S. 670), 10111 [8MY], 29537, 29584 [80C] 

Bakery, Confectionery, and Tobacco Workers 
International Union: anniversary, 9984 [8MY] 

Bankruptcy: clarify current law on rejection of col- 
lective bargaining agreements by debtors (S. 
2806), 22585 [10SE] 

clarify U.S. code relative to collective bar- 
gaining agreements by debtors (H.R. 5490), 
28564-28568 [30C] 

provide additional protection to retirees of 

companies filing bankruptcy, 28564 [30C] 

Bishop, Edmond F.: tribute, 26184 [25SE] 

Construction industry: binding status of prehire 
agreements (S. 2181), 4320 [11MR], 4469 [12MR], 
18795 [1AU] 

labor law amendments, 32431, 32435 [160C] 

stability of collective bargaining (H.R. 281), 

8829 [28AP] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act: amend 
(H.R. 281), 8117 [21AP], 10107 [8MY] 

Crime and criminals: penalties for acts of labor- 
related violence (S. 1774), 7698, 7700 [16AP] 

penalties for acts of labor-related violence (S. 

1774), motion to proceed to consideration, 7391 
[HAP], 7709-7736, 7750 [16AP] 



penalties for acts of labor-related violence (S. 

1774), motion to proceed to consideration — clo- 
ture, 7391, 7393 [MAP], 7707 [16AP] 

Employment: freedom of choice relative to union 
membership (S. 2502), 11757 [21 MY] 

Entertainers: collective bargaining (S. 670), 28023 
[20C], 29184 [70C] 

Income: collective bargaining, 2078 [7FE] 

International Brotherhood of Teamsters: Central 
States Pension Fund, 15174 [24JN] 

Iron and steel industry: administration's trade 
policy, 19124 [5 AU] 

Labor: application of wage rates to Federal-aid 
highway contracts, 25568-25573 [23SE] 

Maine Central Railroad Co.: prohibition on strikes 
or lockouts (S.J. Res. 378), 17578 [24JY], 17768 
[25JY] 

settlement of labor-management dispute (S.J. 

Res. 415), 23591 [16SE], 23832, 23841 [17SE], 
24951 [19SE] 

Mclntyre, Tom: tribute, 390 [23JA] 

Methvin, Eugene H.: tribute, 20165 [8AU] 

Moynihan, Senator: speech on political activities of 
Lyndon H. LaRouche, 9014 [30AP] 

National Endowment for Democracy: eliminate 
funding, 28389-28396 [30C] 

Portland Terminal Co.: settlement of labor-manage- 
ment dispute (S.J. Res. 415), 23591 [16SE], 23832, 
23841 [17SE], 24951 [19SE] 

Railroads: prohibition of strikes or lockouts with 
respect to Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co. (H.J. Res. 683), 20914 [12AU], 
23591 [16SE] 

Senate Legal Counsel: intervention in American 
Postal Workers Union v. U.S. and in American 
Federation of Government Employees v. U.S. (S. 
Res. 317), 1298 [30JA] 

Service Contract Act: application to Dept. of De- 
fense, 20081-20091 [8AU] 

Taxation: exempt the United Mine Workers of 
America's pension from survivor annuity require- 
ments, 14795 [20JN] 

United Steelworkers of America: anniversary (S. 
Res. 428), 14104 [17JN] 

VA: exclude residents and interns from coverage 
under Federal labor-management relations statute 
(S. 2173), 4314 [11MR] 

Van Arsdale, Harry, Jr.: tribute, 2506 [20FE] 
Reports 

Advance Notice — Emerging Consensus: AFL-CIO, 
32700 [160C] 

Construction Industry Labor Law Act amend- 
ments: (excerpt), 7862 [17AP] 

Criminal Code Reform Act: Committee on the Ju- 
diciary (excerpt), 7715, 7724 [16AP] 

Labor Violence: House Republican Study Commit- 
tee, 7734-7736 [16AP] 

Organized Crime, Business, and Labor Unions: 
President's Commission on Organized Crime (ex- 
cerpt), 7711, 7712 [16AP] 
Reports filed 

Clarify U.S. Code Relative to Rejection of Collec- 
tive Bargaining Agreements by Debtors in Bank- 
ruptcy: Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 5490) 
(H. Rept. 99-917), 27116 [29SE] 

Designate National Job Skills Week: Committee on 
the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 401), 24968 [19SE] 

Settlement of Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co. Labor-Management Dispute 
With Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Em- 
ployees: Committee on Energy and Commerce 
(H.J. Res. 728) (H. Rept. 99-864), 25456 [23SE] 

Temporary Prohibition of Strikes in Maine Central 
Railroad Co. and Portland Terminal Co. Labor- 
Management Dispute: Committee on Energy and 
Commerce (H.J. Res. 683) (H. Rept. 99-784), 
21130[12AU] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Human liberty: Federation of Organized Trade and 
Labor Unions (sundry excerpts), 28393 [30C] 
Statements 

Attitudes Toward Rehiring Patco Strikers: Roper 
Organization, Inc., 18206 [30JY] 



1487 

LADISH CO., INC. 

Government Contracts and Labor Wages: Robert 

L. Bacon, 20082 [8AU] 
Labor Violence: George Johns, 7725 [16AP] 

Sam Hobbs, 7722 [16AP] 

Organized Crime (sundry excerpts), 4111-4115 

[10MR] 
Philadelphia, PA, Assistance Program for Alcohol- 
ism and Drug Abuse: James J. Mahoney, Greater 
Philadelphia Council, AFL-CIO (excerpts), 
16272 [26JN] 
Studies 

Labor Violence: University of Pennsylvania (ex- 
cerpt), 7727 [16AP] 
Testimonies 
Labor Violence: Dept. of Justice, 7713, 7729 

[16AP] 
Mass Rapid Transit: Brotherhood of Railroad Sig- 
nalmen, 13544 [12JN] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 683, prohibition of strikes or lockouts 
with respect to the Maine Central Railroad Co. 
and Portland Terminal Co., 21001 [12AU] 
H.R. 281, Construction Industry Labor Law Act 

amendments, 7858 [17AP] 
S. 1774, penalties for acts of labor-related violence, 

7718, 7729 [16AP] 
S. 2173, exclude VA residents and interns from 
coverage under Federal labor-management rela- 
tions statute, 4314 [11 MR] 
S. 2181, binding status of prehire agreements on 

construction industry, 4320 [11MR] 
S. 2502, Workers Freedom of Choice Act, 11757 

[21 MY] 
S. 2806, clarify current bankruptcy law on rejection 
of collective bargaining agreements by debtors, 
22585 [10SE] 
S. Res. 317, Senate Legal Counsel intervention in 
American Postal Workers Union v. U.S. and in 
American Federation of Government Employees 
v. U.S., 1244, 1299 [30JA] 
S. Res. 428, commemorate United Steelworkers of 

America's anniversary, 14105, 14181 [17JN] 
S.J. Res. 415, settlement of labor-management dis- 
pute for Maine Central Railroad Co. and Port- 
land Terminal Co., 23842 [17SE], 25396 [23SE] 
LABORATORY FOR EXPERIMENTAL MEDI- 
CINE AND SURGERY IN PRIMATES 
Remarks in Senate 

Regional primate research center: designate, 16355 
[14JY] 
LABOR-MANAGEMENT NOTIFICATION AND 

CONSULTATION ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 1616), 2056 [6FE], 32700 [160C] 
LaCASCIO, CAMILLE 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 27443 [30SE] 
LACEWELL, KEITH 
Essays 

Voice of Democracy, 7058 [9AP] 
LACEY, WA 
Essays 

Future of the Nisqually Delta: Michelle Connor, 
33619 [170C] 
LaCIVITA, ROSE AND ROCCO 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 12541 [4JN] 
LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE 
Bills and resolutions 

Schools: classroom construction (see S. 2145) 
LaCROIX, EUGENE 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 1836 [6FE] 
LADISH CO., INC. 
Letters 

Public sale of Conrail by stock offering: Arthur R. 
Kroencke, 17013 [17JY] 



HB 



1488 

LAFALCE, JOHN J. 

LaFALCE, JOHN J. (a Representative from New 

York) 
Addresses 

Dangers of Political Extremism: Paul G. Kirk, Jr., 

15301* [24JN] 
Sale of Conrail: Representative Florio, 2412* 
[19FE] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Expedited Funds Availability Act: enact (H.R. 
2443), 470 [23JA] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 5548, Export-Import Act amend- 
ments, 27320 [30SE] 
Funeral Committee of Joseph P. Addabbo, 7363 
[14AP] 
Articles and editorials 

High Drama in the Philippines, by, 3739* [5MR] 
Insurance Industry Is To Blame— So Why Change 
the Legal System? Bob Hunter, Washington 
(DC) Post, 8022* [17AP] 
Music— Bychkov Conducts Buffalo Philharmonic, 
Tim Page, New York (NY) Times, 4857* [13MR] 
New York Times Critic Lavishes Praise on Bych- 
kov and the Philharmonic, Tim Page, New York 
(NY) Times, 4002* [6MR] 
Newly Industrialized Countries Thwart U.S. Ex- 
porters' Hopes From Low Dollar, Douglas R. 
Sease and Rose Gutfeld, Wall Street Journal, 
14710* [19JN] 
Old Laws for the Banks, Washington (DC) Post, 

22214* [15AU] 
Robert I. Millonzi Is Dead at 76, Civil Leader Was 
Patron of Arts, Tom Buckham, Buffalo (NY) 
News, 28195* [20C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

De La Rosa, Pedro, Jr.: relief (see H.R. 4165), 2016 

[6FE] 
Defense Production Act: authorize appropriations 
(see H.R. 5478, 5480), 22145 [15AU] 

functions of the Cost-Accounting Standards 

Board (see H.R. 5479), 22145 [15AU] 
Depository Institutions Act: extend effective period 
for net worth certificate provisions (see H.R. 
4521), 6637 [8AP] 
Federal Election Campaign Act: contribution limits 
for elections of House of Representatives (see 
H.R. 4072), 703 [29JA] 
Federal Insurance Commission: establish to regulate 

industry (see H.R. 4499), 6056 [25MR] 
FTC Act: remove restrictions on authority of FTC 
over business of insurance (see H.R. 5713), 32156 
[150C] 
Insurance: define business (see H.R. 4504), 6056 
[25MR] 

establish risk retention groups and facilitate 

purchase of liability coverage (see H.R. 4506), 
6056 [25MR] 

regulation of industry (see H.R. 4500), 6056 

[25MR] 

remove exemption from laws which would 

regulate (see H.R. 4502), 6056 [25MR] 

repeal antitrust immunity (see H.R. 4503), 

6056 [25MR] 

require effective State regulation to obtain 

exemption from Federal laws (see H.R. 4501), 
6056 [25MR] 
Product liability: uniform standards for tort laws 
(see H.R. 4505), 6056 [25MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (see H.R. 4154), 12364 
[4JN] 
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance 
Act: encourage loans for microenterprises by de- 
veloping countries (see H.R. 4894), 21736 [14AU] 
Air traffic controllers: permit the reappointment 

(see H.R. 4003), 4268 [1 1MR] 
American Folklife Center: authorize appropriations 

(see H.R. 4545), 15772 [26JN] 
Armed Forces: spouses shall be entitled to pro rata 
share of retired or retainer pay (see H.R. 2365), 
601 [28JA] 
Arms race: sense of Congress that escalation will 
threaten security (see H. Con. Res. 36), 13527 
[12JN] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of with strategic arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 19117 [5AU] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 

Act: repeal (see H.R. 4020), 2017 [6FE] 
Banks and banking: improve quality of examinations 
of depository institutions (see H.R. 4917), 12129 
[3JN] 

Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 475), 7690 [16AP] 

Children: create remedies for victims of pornogra- 
phy (see H.R. 5509), 26428 [26SE] 

education of gifted and talented children (see 

H.R. 2364), 7892 [17AP] 

Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 
4567), 7126 [10AP] 

Communications Act: expand availability of hear- 
ing-aid compatible telephones (see H.R. 3099), 
6930 [9AP] 

restrict obscene and indecent communica- 
tions by phone (see H.R. 4439), 6639 [8AP] 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 521, 
541), 5309 [18MR], 6057 [25MR] 

Community food and nutrition programs: authorize 
appropriations (see H.R. 4421), 7690 [16AP] 

Cooperative Extension Service: funds (see H. Res. 
413), 7126 [10AP] 

Copyright: amend requirements of manufacturing 
clause (see H.R. 4696), 8887 [29AP] 

make permanent requirements of manufactur- 
ing clause (see H.R. 3465), 16967 [17JY] 

Corp. for Small Business Investment: establish (see 
H.R. 5019), 13525 [12JN] 

Courts: jurisdiction over Social Security benefits 
entitlements (see H. Res. 400), 12625 [5JN] 

Dependent care programs: authorize appropriations 
(see H.R. 4421), 7690 [16AP] 

Depository Institutions Act: extend emergency ac- 
quisition and net worth guarantee provisions (see 
H.R. 4551), 7125 [10AP] 

Education: establish program to strengthen and im- 
prove State and local agencies (see H.R. 3263), 
4578 [12MR] 

Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 
582), 7367 [14AP] 

82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: recognize 
(see H.R. 669), 48 [21JA] 

Elementary and Secondary Education Act: grants 
for dropout prevention demonstration projects 
(see H.R. 3042), 8411 [22AP] 

Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 529), 2293 [19FE] 

Employment: discrimination against persons with 
cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 8888 [29AP] 

establish commission to study salary replace- 
ment for leave in cases of birth, adoption, or 
serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300), 13269 
[11JN] 

EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073), 
15286 [24JN] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 7690 
[16AP] 

Ethics in Government Act: financial disclosure by 
legislative employees who are cleared for access 
to classified information (see H.R. 4082), 2293 
[19FE] 

Federal Election Campaign Act: change certain 
contribution limits for congressional (see H.R. 
3799), 6931 [9AP] 

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: enforce 
food labeling requirements (see H.R. 4935), 15287 
[24JN] 

Follow Through Program: authorize appropriations 
(see H.R. 4421), 7690 [16AP] 

Food stamp plan: exclude income from employment 
in sheltered workshops for handicapped (see H.R. 
4182), 10990 [15MY] 

Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
704 [29JA] 



Foreign trade: alleviate international debt crisis and 
promote stability in international financial system 
(see H.R. 4574), 7554 [15AP] 
multilateral conference to seek flexible ex- 
change rate structure for developing countries 
(see H.R. 4226), 2677 [25FE] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Government buildings: restrict smoking to designat- 
ed areas (see H.R. 4546), 9466 [5MY] 
Great Lakes: loan program for protection of real 
property from beach erosion (see H.R. 5453), 
22144 [15AU] 
Head Start Program: authorize appropriations (see 

H.R. 4421), 7690 [16AP] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
15773 [26JN] 
Industry: improve competitiveness (see H.R. 4800), 

10242 [9MY] 
Internal Revenue Code: relative to educational con- 
siderations (see H. Res. 258), 1075 [30JA] 
Iron and steel industry: allow companies 15-year 
carryback of investment credit (see H.R. 5327), 
21736 [14AU] 
Jewish Heritage Week: proclamation (see H.J. Res. 

606), 8212 [21 A P] 
Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 1503 [4FE] 
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 

NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 4702 [13MR] 
Key, Francis Scott: establish memorial (see H.J. 

Res. 435), 10524 [13MY] 

Legal services: authorize contracts retaining private 

counsel in case of indebtedness owed U.S. (see 

H.R. 979), 8212 [21AP] 

Library of Congress: change name and adjust pay 

of police force (see H.R. 1902), 25457 [23SE] 

Libya: travel advisory relative to terrorist attack of 

U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 289), 2293 [19FE] 

Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 7556 [15AP] 
Medicaid: amend standards for skilled nursing facili- 
ties and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 12364 [4JN] 
Medicare: amend standards for skilled nursing fa- 
cilities and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 12364 [4JN] 

assure quality inpatient and post-hospital 

services (see H.R. 4638), 10990 [15MY] 

community nursing and ambulatory care on 

prepaid, capitated basis (see H.R. 5457), 23473 
[16SE] 

coverage of adult day care (see H.R. 4739), 

13269 [11JN] 
sense of House regarding payment process- 
ing (see H. Res. 471), 16747 [16JY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 22246 [8SE] 
Money: establish requirements and procedures to 
prevent laundering (see H.R. 5176), 16746 [16JY] 
Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 345), 704 [29JA] 
National Adoption Information Clearinghouse: es- 
tablish (see H.R. 3426), 3649 [5MR] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 28179 [20C] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 12365 [4JN] 
National Agricultural Export Week- designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air Traffic Control Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 231), 13074 [10JN] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 24803 [19SE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21JY] 
National anthem: "America the Beautiful" (see H.R. 

1052), 18420 [31JY] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 
4703 [13MR] 



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National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

26076 [24SE] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

359, 620), 48 [21JA], 16327 [14JY] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 7893 [17AP] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 579), 10215 [8MY] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 21735 [14AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 13269 [1 UN] 
National Congregate and Meals on Wheels Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 556), 4704 [13MR] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 9146 [30AP] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

602), 11949 [22MY] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 1 1449 [20MY] 

National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 21736 

[14AU] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 

National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17318 [22JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 17054 [21JY] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 601 [28JA] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

234), 2979 [26FE] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10990 
[15MY] 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: 
centralize motor carrier responsibilities (see H.R. 
4612), 15772 [26JN] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 18012 [29JY] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 19117 [5AU] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 5308 [18MR] 
National Nursing Home Residents' Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 7127 [10AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 7556 [15AP] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 25457 [23SE] 
National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 670), 21247 [13AU] 
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 3855 [6MR] 
National Poetry Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 311), 

2132 [18FE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 3481 [4MR] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 29387 [70C] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 131), 1074 [30JA] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 9776 [7MY] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 410), 28179 [20C] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 17318 [22JY] 
National Talented Teacher Fellowship Program: 
name after Sharon C (Christa) McAuliffe (see 
H.R. 4143), 4703 [13MR] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 



National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

642), 16747 [16JY] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 

278), 3108 [27FE] 
National Vaccine Program: establish (see H R 

5546), 24686 [18SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 11625 [21 MY] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 640), 1 1448 [20MY] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

9146 [30AP] 
New York: modify agreement under Social Securi- 
ty to provide coverage for employees of Monroe 
County (see H.R. 4764), 15772 [26JN] 
NIH: prevent grants to purchase animals from shel- 
ters for research (see H.R. 4871), 22366 [9SE] 
transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
33159 [170C] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

23670 [17SE] 
Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 16504 [15JY] 
Office of Ethnic and Minority Affairs: establish (see 

H.R. 1607), 3649 [5MR] 
Office of the Chief Financial Officer in the Execu- 
tive Office of the President: establish (see H.R. 
4495), 28331 [30C] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Petroleum Marketing Practices Act: fair competi- 
tion in distribution of motor fuel (see H.R. 2406), 
6930 [9AP] 
POWs: veterans' benefits (see H.R. 864), 704 [29JA] 
Public buildings: restrict smoking to designated 

areas (see H.R. 4488), 10990 [15MY] 
Public Health Service Act: establish national vac- 
cine program (see H.R. 5184), 16966 [17JY] 
Public Service Recognition Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 609), 9554 [6MY] 
Retirees: prohibit companies filed for bankruptcy 
from discontinuing medical and life insurance 
benefits (see H.R. 5283), 18011 [29JY] 
Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 706), 23670 [17SE] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 8412 [22AP] 
SBA: authority to administer program for innova- 
tive firms (see H.R. 4260), 2977 [26FE] 

elevate Administrator to Cabinet status (see 

H.R. 2462), 14742 [19JN] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 
Sec. of HHS: publish statistical data relative to inci- 
dence of adoptions (see H.R. 5029), 16326 [14JY] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

7690 [16AP] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

10), 26428 [26SE] 
Social Security: furnish comprehensive, catastroph- 
ic, long term, and preventive benefits (see H.R. 
4287), 7127 [10AP] 

permit States to provide coverage for poor 

elderly or disabled (see H.R. 4882), 13269 [11JN] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 
Trade adjustment assistance programs: extend (see 

H.R. 4109), 2017 [6FE] 
U.S. Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of 
the U.N.: establish (see H.J. Res. 417), 15772 
[26JN] 
U.S. Olympic Committee: congratulate new presi- 
dent and secretary general (see H. Con. Res. 
292), 5077 [17MR] 



LAFALCE, JOHN J. 

U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 522), 7690 
[16AP] 
Vatican City: sense of Congress to recognize Israel 
and establish diplomatic relations (see H. Con. 
Res. 306), 7368 [MAP] 
Veterans: remarriage of surviving spouse after age 
60 shall not result in termination of compensation 
(see H.R. 480), 499 [23JA] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to convene (see 
H.J. Res. 244), 33159 [170C] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 236 [22JA] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 
Essays 

Voice of Democracy: Brian J. Gottstein, 4845* 
[13MR] 
Letters 

FRS status under the U.S. Constitution: Paul A. 
Volcker, 18825* [1AU] 
Lists 

James M. Demske accomplishments, 1645* [4FE] 
Memorandums 

FRS Status Under the U.S. Constitution: by, 18825* 
[1AU] 
Poems 

"How Those Names Are Feted," Stephen Spender 
(excerpts), 1061* [30JA] 
Remarks by, on 

Addabbo, Joseph P.: tribute, 8404* [22AP] 
Agriculture: Cooperative Extension Service budget 

proposal, 8469* [23AP] 
Angola: Eximbank assistance, 16474, 16480 [15JY] 
Aquino, Corazon: tribute, 2785* [25FE], 3739* 

[5MR] 
Art: Robert Penn Warren, Poet Laureate of the 

U.S., 7602* [15AP] 
Bankruptcy: discretion of individual banks relative 

to acceptance of checks, 469, 471 [23JA] 
Banks and banking: credit card interest rates, 
23850* [17SE] 

depository fund availability, 444, 469, 471, 

474, 481 [23JA] 
depository institution examination proce- 
dures (H.R. 4917), 27034 [29SE] 
facilitate FSLIC provision of additional fi- 
nancial resources (H.R. 4907), 22214* [15AU] 

Latin American debt crisis, 2009* [6FE] 

Net Worth Certificate Program extension 

(H.R. 4521), 6631*, 6633* [8AP] 

regulatory law reform, 33621*-33624* 

[HOC] 
Buffalo, NY: Philharmonic Orchestra, tribute, 
4002* [6MR], 4857* [13MR] 

Robert I. Millonzi, tribute, 28195* [20C] 

Canisius College: James M. Demske, tribute, 1645* 

[4FE] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5737*- 
5739* [20MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 

1060* [30JA] 
Commercial Fishing Vessel Liability and Safety 

Act: enact (H.R. 5013), 21037* [13AU] 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 

25413 [23SE] 
Conrail: public sale, 2412* [19FE] 
Cooperative Extension Service: impact of Reagan 

administration budget proposal, 8469* [23AP] 
Council on Industrial Competitiveness: establish, 
11580, 11581, 11585, 11587, 11588*-11592* 
[21 MY] 
Credit cards: interest rates, 23850* [17SE] 



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LAFALCE, JOHN J. 

Defense Production Act: amend (H.R. 5480), 25410, 
25411-25413 [23SE] 

amend (H.R. 5480), Senate amendments, 

27068 [29SE] 

authorize appropriations (H.R. 5478), 

22233--22234- [15AU] 

functions of the Cost-Accounting Standards 

Board (H.R. 5479), 22233--22234- [15AU] 
Demske, James M.: House prayer, 1446 [4FE] 
Depository Institution Examination Improvement 

Act: enact (H.R. 4917), 27034 [29SE] 
Developing countries: establish new lending institu- 
tion within World Bank, 11580, 11581, 11585, 
11587, 11588--11592- [21MY] 
Economic development: industrial competitiveness, 

32683--32686- [160C] 
Elections: congressional campaign finance reform, 

701* [29JA] 
Expedited Funds Availability Act: enact (H.R. 

2443), 444, 469, 470, 471, 474, 481 [23JA] 
enact (H.R. 2443), unanimous-consent agree- 
ment, 470, 471 [23JA] 
Export-Import Bank Act: reauthorize (H.R. 4510), 

16469, 16474, 16480 [15JY] 
Federal Insurance Commission: establish to regulate 
insurance industry (H.R. 4499), 6051--6054- 
[25MRJ 
Fishing industry: establish guidelines for damage 
awards for personal injury and require additional 
safety regulations (H.R. 5013), 21037* [13AU] 
Foreign relations: Philippines, 2785- [25FE], 3739* 

[5MR] 
Foreign trade: deficit, 14710- [19JN] 

Eximbank programs, 16469 [15JY] 

industrial competitiveness, 32683--32686- 

[160C] 

U.S. policy, 11400 [20MY], 11580, 11581, 

11585, 11587, 11588--11592- [21MY] 
FRS: regulatory responsibility relative to payments 
system, 474 [23JA] 

status under the U.S. Constitution, 18824- 

[1AU] 
FSLIC: facilitate provision of additional financial 

resources (H.R. 4907), 22214- [15AU] 
FSLIC Recapitalization Act: enact (H.R. 5576), 

29283-29284 [70C] 
Handicapped: Jesalynn Washington, tribute, 30455- 

[10OC] 
House: prayer by James M. Demske, 1446 [4FE] 
House of Representatives Campaign Finance 

Reform Act: enact (H.R. 4072), 701- [29JA] 
Illinois: dangers of political extremism, 15301- 

[24JN] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 
11400 [20MY], 11580, 11581, 11585, 11587, 
11588--11592- [21MY] 
Insurance: establish Federal Insurance Commission 

(H.R. 4499), 6051--6054- [25MR] 
Insurance industry: unavailability and unaffordabi- 

lity, 8021- [17AP], 21037- [13AU] 
Iron and steel industry: LTV Corp. bankruptcy, 

18391- [31JY] 
Jarvis, Gregory B.: space program disaster, 1060- 

[30JA] 
Liability Risk Retention Act: enact (H.R. 5225), 

25404 [23SE] 
LTV Corp.: bankruptcy, 18391- [31JY] 
McAuliffe, Sharon C. (Christa): space program dis- 
aster, 1060- [30JA] 
McNair, Ronald E.: space program disaster, 1060- 

[30JA] 
Money: FRS status under the U.S. Constitution, 

18824- [1AU] 
Narcotics: national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22670- [12SE], 22993--22994- [USE] 
Net Worth Certificate Program: extend (H.R. 

4521), 6631 -,6633- [8AP] 
New York, NY: Buffalo, NY, Philharmonic Orches- 
tra at Carnegie Hall, 4857- [13MR] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 

540), 5737--5739- [20MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22670- [12SE], 
22993--22994- [USE] 



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Onizuka, Ellison S.: space program disaster, 1060- 

[30JA] 
Parliamentary inquiry, 470 [23JA] 
Philippines: national election, 2785- [25FE] 

transfer of political power, 2785- [25FE], 

3739- [5MR] 
Politics: dangers of extremism in Illinois, 15301- 

[24JN] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: amend (H.R. 

5225), 25404 [23SE] 
Railroads: sale of Conrail, 2412- [19FE] 
Resnik, Judith A.: space program disaster, 1060- 

[30JA] 
Scobee, Francis R. (Dick): space program disaster, 

1060- [30JA] 
Small business: agenda for the 100th Congress, 

33151--33156- [170C] 
Smith, Michael J.: space program disaster, 1060- 

[30JA] 
South America: debt crisis, 2009- [6FE] 
Supreme Court: confirmation of Antonin Scalia, 

26061- [24SE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26274- [25SE] 
Truth in Savings and Credit Card Disclosure Act: 

enact (H.R. 5613), 29241 [70C] 
VA Adjudication Procedure and Judicial Review 

Act: enact (H.R. 585), 11443- [20MY] 
Warren, Robert Penn: Poet Laureate of the U.S., 
7602- [15AP] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
43 [21JA], 444 [23JA], 1446, 1490 [4FE], 2290 
[19FE], 2677 [25FE], 3647 [5MR], 4700 [13MR], 
5737 [20MR], 7553 [15AP], 7889 [17AP], 11400, 
11446 [20MY], 11580, 11585 [21MY], 16964 
[17JY], 18417 [31JY], 22141 [15AU], 23469 
[16SE], 25404, 25410 [23SE], 26366 [25SE], 27034 
[29SE], 27550 [IOC], 29241, 29283 [70C], 30216 
[10OC], 32154 [150C], 33156 [HOC] 
Special order: granted, 43 [21JA], 702 [29JA], 1072 
[30JA], 2013 [6FE], 6054 [25MR], 6633 [8AP], 
11446 [20MY], 14740 [19JN], 18417 [31JY], 19459 
[6AU], 26074 [24SE], 29832 [80C], 30115 [90C], 
33156 [170C] 
Reports 

Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, 

9765 [7MY], 14888 [23JN] 
Delegation to Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary 

Group, 15767 [26JN] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9765 [7MY], 14888 
[23JN], 15767 [26JN] 
Tributes 
Bingham, Jonathan B., 17020- [17JY] 
Bychkov, Semyon, 4002- [6MR], 4857- [13MR] 
Demske, James M., 1446 [4FE], 1645- [4FE] 
Harriman, W. Averell, 23465- [16SE] 
Lundine, Representative, 32152- [150C] 
Millonzi, Robert I., 28195- [20C] 
Mitchell, Representative, 33151- [170C] 
Scalia, Antonin, 26061- [24SE] 
Washington, Jesalynn, 30455- [10OC] 
LAFAYETTE, CO 
Letters 

Federal Firearms Law Reform Act: police depart- 
ment, 6845 [9AP] 
LAFAYETTE, IN 
Press releases 

Indiana farmers honored by the U.S. Jaycees: Jay- 
cees, 5044 [14MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Kemper, Alan R.: tribute, 5044 [14MR] 
Statement; 

Tribute to Charles A. Halleck: E. Ross Adair, 
3425-3426 [3MR] 
LAFAYETTE, LA 
Letters 

Energy Security Act: Stone Petroleum Corp., 
12517 [4JN] 
Remarks in House 

Broussard, Felix (Dan): tribute, 12833 [5JN] 
LAFAYETTE (IN) JOURNAL AND COURIER 
Articles and editorials 

Delphi Teens Will Make Plea for End to Deficit, 
171 [21JA] 



Hope This Helps, Delphi Students Give To Reduce 

U.S. Deficit, 171 [21JA] 
On Our "Travels With Charley" We Found a Man 
With Guts, 3427 [3MR] 
LaFRANCE, GREG 
Letters 

Contra aid, 20844 [12AU] 
LAGOMARSINO, ROBERT J. (a Representative 

from California) 
Addresses 

Central America: Jose Azcona Hoyo, 14464-- 

14465- [18JN] 
South Africa: Stuart Hutchinson, 19322- [5AU] 
Terrorism: Yitzhak Shamir (excerpts), 15524 [25JN] 
Appointments 

Committee To Attend Funeral of George M. 

O'Brien, 17271 [22JY] 
Committee To Escort the President, 1490 [4FE] 
Conferee: H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconcilia- 
tion Act, 26359 [25SE] 

S. 2638, National Defense Authorization Act 

amendments, 24069 [18SE] 
Delegation to attend memorial service for space 
shuttle Challenger crew members, 1058 [30JA] 
U.S. -Mexico Interparliamentary Delegation, 5717 
[20MR] 
Articles and editorials 

Asking for Trouble, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 

11396 [20MY] 
Avoid Another Cuba, Santa Maria (CA) Times, 

6166- [25MR] 
Bishop Vega Speaks Out Against Sandinist Regime, 

27432- [30SE] 
Bishops See Slander Campaign, 1653- [4FE] 
Cardinal Under Fire, William R. Doerner, Time 

(magazine), 10715- [14MY] 
Case for the Contras, New Republic (publication), 

4845--4847- [13MR] 
Costa Rican Minister on Regional Meeting, Central 

America (publication), 18848- [1AU] 
Dangers of Protectionism — Textile Bill Would Un- 
dermine the Market, Los Angeles (CA) Examin- 
er, 19352 [6AU] 
Decontrol Natural Gas Now, Warren Brookes, 

8995- [29AP] 
Dengo Elaborates on Destabilization Plot, 27433- 

[30SE] 
Drugs War Must Be Won, Oxnard (CA) Press- 
Courier, 28691- [30C] 
Ecuadoran Guerrillas Widening International Links, 

15525 [25JN] 
Finally, a Standard for the "Contras", 15524 [25JN] 
Handcuffed by the House, John Tower, Washing- 
ton (DC) Post, 27446- [30SE] 
Hasenfus Caper, Wall Street Journal, 33601- 

[170C] 
Health-Care Abuses That Cost $2 Billion, Donald 
Lambro, Washington (DC) Times, 16254- [26JN] 
Hypocrisy Filleted at U.N., Vernon A. Walters, 

Washington (DC) Times, 20746- [11AU] 
Instant Replay on Tax Reform, Gregory A. Fosse- 

dal, Washington (DC) Times, 17322- [22JY] 
Island Leaders Say U.S. Tuna Policy Is Made by 
Association in San Diego, Wall Street Journal, 
6813- [8AP] 
Leo Ramirez To Leave Port Commission, Oxnard 

(CA) Press-Courier, 20198- [8AU] 
Leo the Quiet, Bob Holt, Ventura (CA) Star-Free 

Press, 20198- [8AU] 
Long Ignored as Safe, South Pacific Islands Now 
Vex Washington, James P. Sterba, Wall Street 
Journal, 6813- [8AP] 
"Mindless" Cuts? Lompoc (CA) Record, 4367- 

[11MR] 
Modicum of Trust, Mortimer B. Zuckerman, U.S. 
News & World Report (magazine), 25083- 
[19SE] 
Nicaraguan Elections, Los Angeles (CA) Times 

(excerpts), 5490 [19MR] 
Nicaraguan Political Crisis, Washington (DC) Post 
(excerpts), 5490 [19MR] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Onward Into Space, Ventura (CA) Star-Free Press, 

2043* [6FE] 
Preparing a Signal for Chile, Cord Meyer, Wash- 
ington (DC) Post, 26377* [25SE] 
Rethought SDI Can End Our Morally Horrifying 
Reliance on the Bomb, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 
32825 [170C] 
Rich Paying More Than Ever Before, Michael 
Novak, Washington (DC) Times, 3763' [5MR] 
Sandinistas' Grip Tightens Around Nicaragua's 
Neck, Glenn Garvin, Washington (DC) Times, 
16975* [17JY] 
Saudi Missile Sale, Washington (DC) Post, 9726 

[7MY] 
Secret War in Central America, John N. Moore, 

ABA Journal (publication), 14471* [18JN] 
Shirt Off Your Back, Wall Street Journal, 19352 

[6AU] 
Strike Force in Dirty War, Oxnard (CA) Press- 
Courier, 18841* [1AU] 
Touting Democracy Is Worth the Cost, Morton 

Kondracke (excerpts), 16949 [17JY] 
Why Can't They Work at Home? Ventura (CA) 
Star Free Press, 33669* [170C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Afghanistan Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 537), 

2978 [26FE] 
Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 
gifts and donations (see H.R. 4170, 4202), 2132 
[18FE], 2495 [20FE] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 

(see H. Con. Res. 387), 22366 [9SE] 
Garcia, Brenda P.: relief (see H.R. 5498), 22737 

[10SE] 
Members of Congress: include pay under Balanced 
Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act (see 
H.R. 4171), 2132 [18FE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: clarify 
certain authorities (see H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 
Agricultural Act: suspend application of milk pro- 
duction termination program (see H.R. 4688), 
9146 [30AP] 
Alcoholic beverages: open containers and consump- 
tion in passenger area of motor vehicles (see H.R. 
5538), 25457 [23SE] 
American Indian Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

704), 26076 [24SE] 
American Philatelic Society: recognition (see H.R. 

2097), 28331 [30C] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 22367 [9SE] 
Angola: opposition to system of oppression and 
promote development of democracy (see H.R. 
3598), 3107 [27FE] 
Angola Loan Restriction Act: enact (see H.R. 

4145), 6931 [9AP] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 1780 [5FE] 
Atomic power plants: begin multilateral negotia- 
tions to strengthen safety standards (see H. Res. 
438), 10524 [13MY] 
Attorney General: study and recommend control 
diversion of legitimate precursor and essential 
chemicals in production of illegal drugs (see H.R. 
3819), 2496 [20FE] 
Australia: commemorate bicentennial, and honor 
visit of Prime Minister Robert Hawke (see H. 
Con. Res. 319), 7689 [16AP] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 16746 [16JY] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4057, 4075), 1779 [5FE], 6931 [9AP] 

facilitate compliance (see H. Res. 375), 2016 

[6FE] 
facilitate 



compliance with congressional 

intent (see H. Res. 529), 19952 [8AU] 
modify procedures in part C (see H.R. 5248), 

18420 [31 J Y] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

2979 [26FE] 
Banks and banking: prevent crimes connected with 

automated teller machines (see H.R. 5238), 19117 

[5AU] 



Berlin Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 587), 

8412 [22AP] 
Berlin Wall: visible indictment of the Communist 

system (see H. Con. Res. 326), 9554 [6MY] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 475), 2979 [26FE] 
Budget: exclude civil service retirement and disabil- 
ity fund (see H.R. 4228), 3854 [6MR] 
Bulgaria: condemn brutal treatment of Turkish mi- 
nority (see H.J. Res. 262), 15772 [26JN] 
Business: provide for uniform product liability law 

(see H.R. 2568), 6638 [8AP] 
Canada: discontinue excise tax on tourism literature 
imported from U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 241), 499 
[23JA] 
Census: prevent distortions in reapportionment of 
House figures which include illegal aliens (see 
H.R. 3710), 2496 [20FE] 
Central America: reaffirm support for peaceful set- 
tlement (see H. Con. Res. 283), 2016 [6FE] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1780 [5FE] 

designate seven moons of Uranus in honor of 

crew members (see H.J. Res. 508), 1503 [4FE] 

NASA plaque for astronauts (see H.J. Res. 

516), 3108 [27FE] 
Chemicals: alkyl nitrites and their isomers treat as a 
duty under Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 
Act (see H.J. Res. 660), 19745 [7AU] 
Child abuse: protect rights of victims (see H.R. 

3298, 4157), 2678 [25FE], 3108 [27FE] 
Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act: grants to 
encourage States to carry out child protection 
reforms (see H.R. 5100), 22737 [10SE] 
Children: create remedies for victims of pornogra- 
phy (see H.R. 5509), 26428 [26SE] 

protect rights of victims of abuse (see H.R. 

5000), 13267 [11JN] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
2978 [26FE] 
Claiborne, Harry E.: impeachment (see H. Res. 

487), 15287 [24JN] 
Cocaine: impose increased criminal penalties on 

dealers (see H.R. 5112), 19461 [6AU] 
College of William and Mary: designate as repre- 
sentative to tercentenary celebration of Glorious 
Revolution (see H.J. Res. 630), 13527 [12JN] 
Communications Act: encoding of satellite-transmit- 
ted programming (see H.R. 3989), 7127 [10AP] 
restrict obscene and indecent communica- 
tions by phone (see H.R. 4439), 12364 [4JN] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 
(see H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 1074 [30JA] 
Congressional Medal of Honor: commemorate re- 
cipients on anniversary (see H.J. Res. 501), 10704 
[14MY] 
Constitution: authorize minting a coin in commemo- 
ration of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 26370 
[25SE] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 4703 

[13MR] 
Cooperative Extension Service: funds (see H. Res. 

413), 7126 [10AP] 
Copyright: conveyance of right to perform publicly 
syndicated television programs without right to 
perform accompanying music (see H.R. 3521), 
5308 [18MR] 
Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 678), 18228 [30JY] 
Crime and criminals: amend Constitution to prohib- 
it Federal service of any person convicted of 
death or imprisonment (see H.J. Res. 658), 15773 
[26JN] 
civil remedies for persons injured by racket- 
eering activity (see H.R. 2943), 5898 [21MR] 

driving under influence of drugs or alcohol 

in maritime and territorial jurisdiction (see H.R. 
5060), 16747 [16JY] 

increase penalties for mail fraud (see H.R. 

4213), 6931 [9AP] 



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more effective penalties for cocaine viola- 
tions (see H.R. 5103), 16504 [15JY] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

4578 [12MR] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: restrict travel to Soviet Union 

until he is freed (see H.R. 5529), 25457 [23SE] 
Soviet arrest and indictment (see H. Con. 

Res. 388; H. Res. 540, 542), 22737 [10SE], 23016 

[USE], 26076 [24SE] 
de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 

469), 18421 [31JY] 
Dept. of Defense: authorize assistance for civilian 

law enforcement relative to border protection 

(see H.R. 5048), 19117 [5AU] 
Developing countries: set aside surplus vessels for 

health and humanitarian services (see H.R. 4046), 

7127 [10AP] 
Disaster Relief Act: establish cost sharing formulas 

for assistance (see H.R. 4934), 15287 [24JN] 
Drug abuse: penalties for distribution of controlled 

substances to minors in or near schools (see H.R. 

5433), 23245 [12SE] 
Drugs: combat international trafficking (see H.R. 

5352), 19744 [7AU] 
Education: establish adult literacy programs (see 

H.R. 2535), 1357 [3FE] 
establish drug abuse prevention programs 

(see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
establish effective schools and encourage 

joint parent-child approaches (see H.R. 4463), 

7892 [17AP] 
State and local government daily physical 

exercise programs for children, 13269 [11JN] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [HAP] 
Egypt: support of Congress for normalization of 

relations with Israel (see H. Con. Res. 389), 

24803 [19SE] 
Eisenhower, Dwight D.: establish commission for 

commemoration of centennial of birth (see H.R. 

4302), 6638 [8AP] 
Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 8213 

[21AP] 
time limits for completion of recounts for 

House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 12624 

[5JN] 
Ellis Island: persons representing all States to be 

naturalized on July 3 or 4, 1986 (see H.J. Res. 

613), 8887 [29AP] 
Ellis Island Medal of Honor: award (see H. Con. 

Res. 381), 22367 [9SE] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 15605 [25JN] 
Employment: discrimination against persons with 

cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 10704 [14MY] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 

standards for gas and electric appliances (see 

H.R. 5465), 22367 [9SE] 

EPA: set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 6931 [9AP] 

Estate tax: repeal (see H.R. 93), 20744 [11AU] 

Ethics in Government Act: financial disclosure by 

legislative employees who are cleared for access 

to classified information (see H.R. 4082), 1779 

[5FE] 
Ethiopia: express opposition to system of oppression 
(see H.R. 4076), 703 [29JA] 

famine and resettlement policy (see H. Con. 

Res. 285), 2294 [19FE] 
Export Administration Act: prohibit exports to 
countries supporting terrorism (see H.R. 4135), 
2594 [24FE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

5566 [19MR] 
Federal Accounting Practices Review Commission: 

establish (see H.R. 5092), 15604 [25JN] 
Federal aid programs: provide States incentive to 
encourage health care professional liability 
reform (see H.R. 3865), 48 [21JA] 



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Federal Aviation Act: prohibit alcoholic beverages 
on flights to persons under 21 years of age (see 
H.R. 4558), 10523 [13MY] 

Federal employees: establish higher rates of pay in 
certain geographic areas (see H.R. 2836), 18908 
[4AU] 

extend pay retention provisions to certain 

prevailing rate (see H.R. 5127), 17693 [24JY] 

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: establish 
conditions for export of drugs (see H.R. 3995), 
2978 [26FE] 

limit the compensation of investigators (see 

H.R. 3118), 7127 [10AP] 

FEMA: prohibit implementation of certain regula- 
tions (see H.R. 5488), 25374 [22SE] 

Firearms: use of steel shot in hunting of migratory 
birds (see H.R. 4433), 9776 [7MY] 

Fisheries: monitor, assess, and reduce the adverse 
impacts of drift nets (see H.R. 5208), 19952 
[8AU] 

require treaty for relinquishing exclusive 

economic or conservation zone and establish 
international boundaries (see H.R. 3766), 6931 
[9AP] 

GATT: upcoming negotiations (see H. Con. Res. 
385), 22146 [15AU] 

German American Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
675), 23016 [USE] 

Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8412 
[22AP] 

Health: undertake research for Alzheimer's disease 
and related dementias (see H.R. 5553), 28179 
[20C] 

Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 667), 16747 [16JY] 

House: require rollcall vote on appropriations, au- 
thorization bills, and certain revenue bills (see H. 
Res. 362), 7556 [15AP] 

House rules: % vote on legislation to increase statu- 
tory limit of public debt (see H. Res. 40), 8596 
[24AP] 

Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14297 [18JN] 

Immigration and Nationality Act: provide natural- 
ization of alien servicemembers who enlist out- 
side U.S. (see H.R. 4755), 10704 [14MY] 

Imports: suspend on food and drink in countries 
affected by radioactive contamination (see H.J. 
Res. 622), 10216 [8MY] 

Indian Economic Development Act: enact (see 
H.R. 3597), 2132 [18FE] 

Individual retirement accounts: withdrawal to 
obtain job training or retraining (see H.R. 5091), 
31219 [140C] 

Indochina: Postal Service to issue stamp honoring 
MIAs (see H. Res. 392), 8596 [24AP] 

Insurance: facilitate ability of organizations to estab- 
lish risk retention groups (see H.R. 4301), 9553 
[6MY] 

prohibit discrimination on basis of blindness 

(see H.R. 2741), 2496 [20FE] 

Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 
(see H.R. 4524), 6637 [8AP] 

Inter- American Foundation: anniversary (see H. 
Res. 389), 3649 [5MR] 

International Astronomical Union: designate moons 
near planet Uranus for crew of Apollo I (see H. 
Con. Res. 277), 2017 [6FE] 

International trade: reform laws (see H.R. 4830), 
10989 [15MY] 

IRS: apply 3-year basis recovery rule to employees' 
annuities (see H.R. 5599), 27426 [30SE] 

Israel: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Spain (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 

support of Congress for normalization of re- 
lations with Egypt (see H. Con. Res. 389), 24803 
[19SE] 

Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
553), 3853 [6MR] 

Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 1503 [4FE] 



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Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10524 [13MY] 
Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 716), 28332 [30C] 
Lebanon: moment of silence during ceremonies for 

Statue of Liberty for return of U.S. captives (see 

H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

8888 [29AP] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 

Con. Res. 313), 6930 [9AP] 
commemorate death of Fernando A. Rrbas- 

Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Lorain, OH 

(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8412 

[22AP] 
prohibit equipment contracts with firms in 

which it has interest (see H.R. 5066), 17693 

[24JY] 
prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in 

production, marketing, and distribution of oil (see 

H.R. 4700, 4847), 10523 [13MY], 11184 [19MY] 
travel advisory relative to terrorist attack of 

U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 289), 2293 [19FE] 
Lorain, OH: commemorate death of Fernando A. 

Ribas-Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Libya 

(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lorence, Paul F.: commemorate death in raid on 

Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lower Colorado Water Supply Bill: enact (see 

H.R. 5028), 13525 [12JN] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 2979 [26FE] 
Marcos, Ferdinand E.: Sec. of Defense to recover 

expenses for transportation from the Philippines 

(see H.R. 4761), 12625 [5JN] 
Medicare: sense of House regarding payment proc- 
essing (see H. Res. 468), 14742 [19JN] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 

[7MY] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 

provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 

[7MY] 
Members of Congress: constitutional amendment on 

compensation for service (see H.J. Res. 498), 

9466 [5MY] 
reform the retirement provisions (see H.R. 

3693), 6638 [8AP] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 3649 [5MR] 
Merchant Ship Revolving Fund: establish (see H.R. 

3798), 1779 [5FE] 
Money Laundering Prevention Act: enact (see H.R. 

4573), 11449 [20MY] 
Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 

5898 [21 MR] 
Motor vehicles: establish national minimum blood 

alcohol level for driving (see H.R. 5538), 25457 

[23SE] 
My Nationality American Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 739), 27426 [30SE] 
Narcotics: assistance from entertainment industry in 

combatting trafficking (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 

[14AU] 
strengthen efforts to encourage foreign coop- 
eration in eradicating crops and traffic (see H.R. 

5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 13073 [10JN] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 22367 [9SE] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [HOC] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 

facilities (see H.R. 4183), 4269 [1 1MR] 



National Air Traffic Control Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 231), 13074 [10JN] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 3854 [6MR] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 596), 8412 [22 A P] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 19952 [8AU] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 

4703 [13MR] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 7556 [15AP] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

22147 [15AU] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 3649 [5MR] 
National Back to School— Back Off Drugs Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 698), 21247 [13AU] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 3107 [27FE] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Bowhunters Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 506), 2017 [6FE] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 16327 [14JY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 737), 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 4268 [11 MR] 
National Childhood Vaccine-Injury Compensation 

Program: establish (see H.R. 1780), 2978 [26FE] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 579), 10215 [8MY] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 17507 [23JY] 
National Congregate and Meals on Wheels Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 556), 4121 [10MR] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 8213 [21AP] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 720), 26370 [25SE] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 12625 [5JN] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

602), 9554 [6MY] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 11449 [20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 10990 

[15MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 2016 [6FE] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17318 [22JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 3854 [6MR] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 9146 [30AP] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 479), 693 1 [9AP] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 2294 [19FE] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

234), 6057 [25MR] 
National High-Tech Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 707), 32156 [1SOC] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 6929 [9AP] 



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National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 19117 [5AU] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

581), 6057 [25MR] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 2294 [19FE] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 8888 [29AP] 
National Legion of Valor Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 625), 9552 [6MY] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

429), 14742 [19JN] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 480), 4578 [12MR] 
National methanol energy policy: develop and co- 
ordinate efforts to implement (see H.R. 3355), 
1779 [5FE] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 11449 [20MY] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 6057 [25MR] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 24802 [19SE] 
National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 
National parks: user charges (see H.R. 5481), 22145 

[15AU] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 22367 [9SE] 
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 3855 [6MR] 
National Productivity Improvement Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 722), 33159 [170C] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 2017 [6FE] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 26076 [24SE] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

484), 10215 [8MY] 
National Sheriffs Week: designate (see H. Res. 182), 

6933 [9AP] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 655), 17318 [22JY] 
National strategy: Presidential report (see H R 

4126), 4703 [13MR] 

National Talented Teacher Fellowship Program: 

name after Sharon C. (Christa) McAuliffe (see 

H.R. 4143), 4703 [13MR] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483, 635), 1357 [3FE], 10703 [14MY] 

National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Teachers Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

460), 2294 [19FE] 
National Telecommunicators' Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 536, 649), 5308 [18MR], 13770 [16JN] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

642), 13770 [16JN] 
National Union for the Total Independence of 
Angola: sense of House regarding support (see H. 
Res. 393), 16505 [15JY] 
National Volunteers Income Tax Assistance Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 612), 15773 [26JN] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 26076 [24SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 9466 [5MY] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 5308 [18MR] 



National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 23474 [16SE] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 640), 1 1448 [20MY] 
National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J 

Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 
Natural gas: promote competition, open access to 
transportation, and encourage production (see 
H.R. 4604), 7689 [16AP] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

9146 [30AP] 
Nicaragua: radio broadcasting by a separate service 
within Voice of America (see H.R. 4343), 3853 
[6MR] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
13268 [11JN] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

27426 [30SE] 
OAS: implement 1979 resolution on democracy in 
Nicaragua (see H. Con. Res. 349), 12624 [5JN] 
Office of the Chief Financial Officer in the Execu- 
tive Office of the President: establish (see H.R 
4495), 19460 [6AU] 
Older Americans Act: protection of elderly in insti- 
tutionalized long-term care (see H.R. 5067), 
18012 [29 J Y] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Orphans and Foster Care Youth Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 729), 29387 [70C] 
OTA: require report changes in payment for surgi- 
cal transplantation procedures (see H.R. 3119) 
7127 [10AP] 
Owens, Jesse: commend people of Berlin Olympic 
games for commemoration of anniversary (see H. 
Con. Res. 325), 9554 [6MY] 
Palau: approve Compact of Free Association (see 

H.J. Res. 626), 9552 [6MY] 
Partnerships in Education Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 564), 4577 [12MR] 
Patents: restore term of the grant in cases of prod- 
ucts for the time of regulatory review period (see 
H.R. 3897), 3388 [3MR] 
Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 

[USE] 
Philippines: authorize Scouts and U.S. Veterans' 
Association of America to establish memorial (see 
H.J. Res. 685), 20744 [1 1 AU] 
Phobia Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

535), 23016 [USE] 
Poland: oppose participation in the IMF (see H.J. 

Res. 624), 9552 [6MY] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 15287 [24JN] 
Polygraph examinations: set minimum standards for 

administration (see H.R. 3916), 499 [23JA] 
Postal Service: strengthen enforcement of plant and 
animal quarantine laws (see H.R. 5684), 30117 
[90C] 
Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (see H.R. 4476), 6639 [8AP] 
Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act: repeal 
prohibitions against petroleum and natural gas 
(see H.R. 4402), 4702 [13MR] 
President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 
on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 22147 
[15AU] 
Product liability: provide law which addresses areas 
of critical concern (see H.R. 4910), 13526 [12JN] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: facilitate es- 
tablishment of risk retention and purchasing 
groups (see H.R. 4442), 6057 [25MR] 
Product safety: regulate interstate commerce for 
uniform treatment of selected liability problems 
(see H.R. 4425), 8411 [22AP] 
Providence Hospital, Washington, DC: place a 
plaque at original site (see H.R. 4382), 5308 
[18MR] 
Public Awareness of the Hearing Impaired Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 330), 9212 [1MY] 
Public debt: improve collection and credit manage- 
ment practices (see H.R. 5125), 15770 [26JN] 



LAGOMARSINO, ROBERT J. 

Public Health Service Act: encourage and assist 
States in establishing protocols for identifying 
organ and tissue donors (see H.R. 4945), 14078 
[17JN] 
specify method of determining State allot- 
ments (see H.R. 5007), 21247 [13AU] 
Public Service Recognition Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 609), 9146 [30AP] 
Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Radio: jamming of broadcasting (see H. Con. Res. 

386), 22146 [15AU] 
Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4388), 10523 [13MY] 
Recreation: provide for ski areas on national forest 

lands (see H.R. 4489), 7367 [MAP] 
Religion: impose criminal penalties for damage to 
property and persons in free exercise of rights 
(see H.R. 4980), 13266 [11JN] 
Retirement annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule on 
taxation be maintained (see H. Res. 412), 8477 
[23AP] 
Reykjavik, Iceland: support for President Reagan in 
meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev (see H. Con 
Res. 406), 30117 [90C] 
Ribas-Dominicci, Fernando A.: commemorate 
death in raid on Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 
[15JY] 
Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H.J 

Res. 385), 7892 [17AP] 
Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 706), 22367 [9SE] 
San Diego, CA: designate Jacob Weinberger Feder- 
al Building (see H.R. 5397), 22738 [10SE] 
San Diego County, CA: settlement of water rights 
claims of La Jolla, Rincon, San Pasqual, Pauma, 
and Pala Bands of Mission Indians (see H.R. 
4468), 5828 [20MR] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

2292 [19FE] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

2292 [19FE] 
Schools: penalties for distribution of narcotics to 

minors (see H.R. 5433), 23245 [12SE] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 8412 
[22 A P] 
Sec. of HHS: publish statistical data relative to inci- 
dence of adoptions (see H.R. 5029), 13525 [12JN] 
Sec. of the Interior: clarify certain authorities (see 

H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 
submit to House and Senate committees cer- 
tain information relative to Micronesian govern- 
ments (see H.R. 4878), 1 1624 [21MY] 
Sec. of the Treasury: expedite disposition to counv 
try of origin marking of articles imported (sei 
H.R. 4337), 10523 [13MY] 
Secret Service: expand uniformed division protec- 
tive jurisdiction (see H.R. 5020), 17507 [23JY] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

5308 [18MR] 
Small Business Act: allow not-for-profit organiza- 
tions in the interest of handicapped to receive 
procurement grants (see H.R. 3866), 2132 [18FE] 
Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633, 4763), 12364 
[4JN], 16326 [14JY] 
make permanent and improve benefits to in- 
dividuals who work despite severe medical im- 
pairment (see H.R. 4450), 5565 [19MR] 
protection of elderly in institutionalized long- 
term care (see H.R. 5067), 18012 [29JY] 

require States to enforce rights of patients in 

long-term care facilities (see H.R. 4279), 3106 
[27FE] 

safeguard integrity of trust funds (see H.R. 

4067), 2678 [25FE] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 












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LAGOMARSINO, ROBERT J. 

Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H. 
Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 

joint effort to achieve worldwide disease im- 
munization (see H. Res. 430), 16505 [15JY] 

—National Day greetings made by President 

(see H. Res. 309), 2294 [19FE] 

NRC to review, disseminate, and apply rec- 
ommendations of Chernobyl nuclear power plant 
accident (see H.J. Res. 674), 19952 [8AU] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. Con. 
Res. 332), 15773 [26JN] 

restrict travel until Nicholas Daniloff is freed 

(see H.R. 5529), 25457 [23SE] 

seating of Ukrainian and Byelorussian in the 

U.N. (see H. Res. 383), 4269 [11MR] 

sense of Congress concerning nuclear disas- 
ter at Chernobyl (see H. Con. Res. 333), 12982 
[9JN] 

Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
646), 16505 [15JY] 

Spain: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Israel (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 

State and local governments: daily physical educa- 
tion programs for children (see H. Con. Res. 
344), 13269 [11JN] 

reimbursement to agencies for costs in inves- 
tigations and recovery of Federal taxes (see H.R. 
3136), 7892 [17AP] 

set minimum polygraph examinations stand- 
ards for administration (see H.R. 3916), 499 
[23JA] 

States: encourage to enact legislation to grant per- 
sonal civil liability (see H.R. 5196), 24687 [18SE] 

Statue of Liberty: moment of silence during cere- 
monies for return of U.S. captives in Lebanon 
(see H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 

Taxation: administer 3-year basis recovery rule (see 
H.R. 5604), 30218 [10OC] 

affirming intent of Congress to oppose in- 
crease (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 

allow homeowners to deduct prepaid interest 

on principal residence (see H.R. 4849), 12364 
[4JN] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business cost of goods and services (see H. Res. 
404), 13074 [10JN] 

deny deduction for child who lives tempo- 
rarily after abortion (see H.R. 4041), 15287 
[24JN] 

deny foreign credits to countries which pro- 
vide support to international terrorism (see H.R. 
4278), 9466 [5MY] 

deny tax-exempt status to organizations 

which perform or finance abortions, 7892 [17AP] 

Executive order to deny foreign income ex- 
clusion (see H.R. 4056), 2978 [26FE] 

modify treatment of exempt municipal bonds 

(see H.R. 4441), 5307 [18MR] 

reinstate Superfund tax (see H.R. 4107), 2017 

[6FE] 

repeal certain restrictions on oil and gas ben- 
efits after transfer of property (see H.R. 4643), 
8212 [21AP] 

repeal windfall profit (see H.R. 5318), 18669 

[1AU] 

repeal windfall profit on domestic crude oil 

(see H.R. 4887), 11947 [22MY] 

requirement to substantiate deduction for 

business use of vehicle (see H.R. 4299), 6057 
[25MR] 

restrict credit for dependent care services 

(see H.R. 4787), 10990 [15MY] 

-treatment of acquisition of junk bonds and 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



greenmail (see H.R. 2476), 2293 [19FE] 
Terrorism: establish Federal criminal offense for 

acts against nationals abroad (see H.R. 4304), 

4269 [11 MR] 
President should convene summit to adopt 

unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 23015 

[USE] 
protect U.S. citizens (see H.R. 4611), 10215 

[8MY] 



Trade Act: disapproving President's recommenda- 
tion to extended waiver authority (see H. Res. 
475), 13526 [12JN] 

Turkey: condemn brutal treatment of Turkish mi- 
nority by Bulgaria (see H.J. Res. 262), 15772 
[26JN] 

U.S. Olympic Committee: congratulate new presi- 
dent and secretary general (see H. Con. Res. 
292), 5077 [17MR] 

U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 

United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 
Res. 684), 18908 [4AU] 

VA: sharing of medical care resources with Dept. 
of Defense (see H.R. 5157), 17318 [22JY] 

variable rates of interest on loans by Nation- 
al Service Life Insurance policies (see H.R. 
5275), 19461 [6AU] 

Virgin Islands: excise taxes from rum (see H.R. 
4578), 7554 [15AP] 

White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: provide for (see H.J. Res. 631), 15288 
[24JN] 

Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: amend (see H.R. 
4350), 3853 [6MR] 

Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
499), 236 [22JA] 

World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 
5829 [20MR] 

Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 
6057 [25MR] 

Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 

Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 549), 10524 [13MY] 

Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Broadcasts 

Challenger disaster: Radio Venceremos (excerpts), 
658 [29JA] 
Documents 

Evolution of Tax Reform — A Comparison, 17323* 
[22JY] 
Factsheets 

Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act (H.R. 
1562), 19352 [6AU] 
History 

El Salvador earthquake, 32212 [160C] 
Interviews 

Nicaragua — Miguel Obando y Bravo, Mario Castro, 
15303- [24JN] 

U.S. military aid to the Contras: with Jos Azcona 
Hoyo, 8413* [22AP] 

Vinicio Cerezo, President of Guatemala, Lujis 
Baez, Prensa Latina (publication), 26382* [25SE] 
Letters 

Civil unrest in Nicaragua: Maria A. Ferrey (ex- 
cerpts), 12306 [4JN] 

Columbia River Gorge: Ken Bergquist, 32219 
[160C] 

Daniel Ortega's repression in Nicaragua: Violeta 
Chamorro, New York (NY) Times, 18835* [1AU] 

Dear Abby, 16262* [26JN] 

El Salvador earthquake aid: Kelly C. Kammerer, 
AID, 32212 [160C] 

Palau Compact of Free Association: Fred M. Zeder 
II, 27057 [29SE] 

George P. Shultz, Sec. of State, 27057 

[29SE] 

Lazarus E. Salii, 27057 [29SE] 

Religious persecution in Nicaragua: by, and 21 
Members of Congress with Bernard C. Law and 
John C. O'Connor, 9148 [30AP] 

SALT II Treaty: Kenneth L. Adelman, 14665 
[19JN] 

Sandinista regime in Nicaragua: Maria A. Ferrey, 
12512* [4JN] 

Trade and International Economic Policy Reform 
Act: several Cabinet members, 11397 [20MY] 
Lists 

Private voluntary organizations participating in El 
Salvador earthquake aid, 32214 [160C] 

Trade policy actions, 11397 [20MY] 



Papers 

Sandinistas and Jews: B'nai B'rith, 12519* [4JN] 
Press releases 

Arrest of Nicaraguan opposition leader Bayardo 
Guzman Martinez, 23257* [12SE] 
Remarks by, on 

Acadia National Park, ME: establish permanent 
boundary (S. 720), 17598 [24JY] 

ACDA: anniversary (H. Res. 551), 25179 [22SE] 

Afghanistan: welcome resistance alliance (S.J. Res. 
365), 15197 [24JN] 

Afghanistan Day: designate (S.J. Res. 272), 5786 
[20MR] 

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (H.R. 4154), Senate 
amendments, 32793 [170C] 

Air traffic controllers: expand staff, 18200 [30JY] 

Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14233 
[18JN] 

Arizona: Petrified Forest National Park expansion 
(H.R. 1185), 1951 [6FE] 

Armed Forces: reduction of troops stationed out- 
side U.S., 21220 [13AU] 

Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 
2903 [26FE] 

negotiations, 29961 [90C] 

SALT, 27446* [30SE] 

Arms sales: prohibit sale of certain missiles (H.J. 
Res. 589), 9725 [7MY] 

Atomic weapons: proliferation, 13656* [12JN] 

strategic defense initiative, 32824, 32825 

[170C] 

tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2903 [26FE] 

Balanced Budget Emergency Deficit Control Act: 
clarification of exception of funds to Puerto Rico, 
Guam, Virgin Islands, and Northern Mariana Is- 
lands (S. 2921), 33114 [HOC] 

Beall, J. Glenn, Sr.: designate Cumberland terminus 
of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Histori- 
cal Park in honor of (S. 1766), 26053 [24SE] 

Big Cypress National Preserve, FL: addition (H.R. 
4090), 17794* [28 J Y] 

Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corri- 
dor Act: enact (S. 1374), 31975 [150C] 

Bolivia: U.S. military action, 18841* [1AU] 

Border Patrol: increase personnel, 30053 [90C] 

Boy Scouts: John S. Henry, tribute, 12540* [4JN] 

Budget: deficit reduction proposals, 4367* [11MR] 

legislative action, 7355 [HAP] 

setting forth for 1987-89 (H. Con. Res. 296), 

4632 [13MR] 

California: Patrick Rooney, tribute, 14469* [18JN] 

Cape Henry Memorial Site, Fort Story, VA: ex- 
change of land (H.R. 3556), 4216 [11MR] 

Captive Nations Week: observance, 18595* [31JY] 

Carpinteria, CA: William T. Carty, tribute, 1 1253* 
[19MY], 12016* [22MY] 

Catholic Church: policy of Nicaraguan govern- 
ment, 1447 [4FE] 

Central America: Contadora peace process, 11127 
[19MY], 11363 [20MY], 16659 [16JY], 18848* 
[1AU] 

economic assistance, 15523-15524 [25JN] 

International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5456, 5463, 5469, 
5476, 5482, 5489, 5490, 5494 [19MR] 

U.S. policy, 14471* [18JN] 

Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 
658 [29JA], 2043* [6FE], 2240* [18FE] 

Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 
gifts and donations (H.R. 4170), 2240* [18FE] 

Chile: foreign relations, 26377* [25SE] 

Citizen Labor Energy Coalition: tribute, 8995* 
[29AP] 

Columbia River Gorge: protect and provide for 
enhancement of resources (H.R. 5705), 32196, 
32218, 32243 [160C] 

Compact of Free Association: provisions relative to 
atomic weapons tests, 520* [23JA] 

Congress: tribute to 99th, 32994 [170C] 

Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 
Con. Res. 337), 10924* [15MY] 






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1495 



Cosponsorship: withdrawal from H.R. 3521, 9197 

[1MY] 
Courts: capital punishment, 7665 [16AP] 
Crime and criminals: capital punishment, 7665 

[16AP] 
Cuyahoga Valley National Recreational Area: 

modify boundaries (H.R. 4645), 20622 [1 1AU] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: arrest and indictment in Soviet 

Union, 25083* [19SE] 
Dept. of Agriculture: making urgent supplemental 
appropriations (H.J. Res. 534), unanimous-consent 
agreement, 4216 [1 1MR] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 21077, 21102 [12AU], 
21220 [13AU], 21709 [14AU] 

funding, 10924* [15MY] 

making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15523-15524 [25JN] 
Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 18200 [30JY] 
Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judici- 
ary, and related agencies: making appropriations 
(H.R. 5161), 16949 [17JY] 
District of Columbia: authorize establishment of a 

Peace Garden (H.R. 4467), 20624 [11AU] 
Dunes National Lakeshore, IN: incorporation of 
certain changes (H.R. 4037), 20625 [11AU] 

incorporation of certain changes (H.R. 4037), 

Senate amendments, 32795 [170C] 

Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 32722 [170C] 

Rudy M. Aguilera, tribute, 28203* [20C] 

El Salvador: reaction of rebels to space shuttle 
Challenger disaster, 658 [29JA] 

reaffirming our friendship and sympathy 

(S.J. Res. 427), 32212 [160C] 

Energy and water development: making appropria- 
tions (H.R. 5162), 17470 [23JY] 

Esmeralda (vessel): participation in Fourth of July 
Liberty Weekend (S.J. Res. 361), 15199, 15201 
[24JN] 

Federal aid programs: fraud, 16253* [26JN] 

Federal Land Policy and Management Act: amend 
relative to Oregon & California Railroad grant 
lands and Coos Bay, OR, Wagon Road grant 
lands (S. 2091), 32988 [170C] 

FEMA: prohibit implementation of certain regula- 
tions (H.R. 5488), 27373 [30SE] 

Flowers: designate rose as national floral emblem 
(S.J. Res. 159), 25391* [23SE] 

Foreign relations: Chile, 26377* [25SE] 

Guatemala, 26382* [25SE] 

Nicaragua, 1653* [4FE], 2889 [26FE], 3447 

[4MR], 3808 [6MR], 4198 [11MR], 4682 [13MR], 
4845* [13MR], 5049 [17MR], 5196 [18MR], 6166* 
[25MR], 8330 [22AP], 10653 [14MY], 12512*, 
12519* [4JN], 14471* [18JN], 15303* [24JN], 
16975* [17JY], 18835* [1AU], 23257* [12SE], 
27433* [30SE] 

South Pacific islands, 6812* [8AP] 

Foreign trade: deficit, 16262* [26JN] 

textile industry, 19351 [6AU] 

U.S. policy, 11396 [20MY], 11567 [21MY] 

Fort Sumter National Monument, SC: authorize 
tour boat facility (S. 2534), 31951 [150C] 

Geological Survey: authorize water resources re- 
search (H.R. 5526), 25370* [22SE] 

Gettysburg National Military Park: authorize dona- 
tion of certain non-Federal lands within bound- 
aries (H.R. 4259), 16662 [16JY] 

Goleta Valley, CA: tribute to Goleta Beautiful, 
8417* [22AP] 

Government spending: reduce, 4367* [11 MR] 

Great Basin National Park Act: enact (S. 2506), 
28748* [60C] 

Great Basin National Park and Preserve, NV: estab- 
lishment, 9133 [30AP] 

Guatemala: foreign relations, 26382* [25SE] 

H.R. 3521: withdrawal from cosponsorship, 9197 
[1MY] 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: add certain lands 
(S. 2320), 30179 [10OC] 



Hawaiian Homes Commission Act: consent to 
amendments to Hawaii State Constitution (H.J. 
Res. 17), 6616 [8AP] 
Henry, Patrick: designate Red Hill, final home and 
burial place, as national memorial (S.J. Res. 187), 
8746 [28AP] 
Honduras: invasion by Nicaragua, 6605 [8AP], 7529 

[15AP] 
Horsepasture River, NC: designate as component of 
National Wild and Scenic Rivers System (H.R. 
2826), 17792* [28JY] 
House: budget process, 7355 [HAP] 

legislative program, 32310 [160C] 

Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 

(H.R. 3810), 30053 [90C] 
Indian Health Care Improvement Act: authorize 

and amend (H.R. 5222), 24129 [18SE] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 

11396 [20MY], 11567 [21 MY] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 4759), 

23442 [16SE] 
Inter-American Foundation: anniversary (H. Res. 

389), 4234 [11MR] 
International Claims Settlement Act: value of 

claims be based on fair market of property taken 

(H.R. 5506), 25180 [22SE] 
International Court of Justice: case against U.S., 

18835* [1AU] 
Jews: harassment in Nicaragua, 12519* [4JN] 
Journal: question of approval, 5195 [18MR] 
Law enforcement officers: Frank Salazar, tribute, 

27434* [30SE] 
Lompoc, CA: Jimmy D. Smith, tribute, 2051* 

[6FE] 

W. Paul Moore, tribute, 17025* [17JY] 

Marshall Islands: Compact of Free Association, 

520* [23JA] 
Micronesia: Compact of Free Association, 520* 

[23JA] 
Middle class: tax burden, 3763* [5MR] 
Mount Rushmore National Memorial: permit re- 
moval of certain material (H.R. 5223), 17599 

[24JY] 
Narcotics: drug abuse, 28691* [30C] 
foreign cooperation in eradicating crops and 

traffic, 32722 [HOC] 
national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22674 [10SE], 22987 [USE] 

U.S. military action in Bolivia, 18841* [1AU] 

NASA: appropriations (H.R. 5495), 26049 [24SE] 
Dept. of Defense transfer of funds for space 

shuttle program, 21709 [14AU] 
National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act: enact 

(H.R. 5546), 30761 [140C] 
National Endowment for Democracy: funding, 

16949 [17JY] 
National Maritime Museum, San Francisco, CA: 

funding (H.R. 1343), 21703 [14AU] 
National Park Service: govern establishment of 

commemorative works within National Capital 

Region (H.R. 4378), 27075 [29SE] 
National parks: regulate water development facili- 
ties (H.R. 4089), 23390 [16SE] 
study aircraft noise (H.R. 4430), 24076 

[18SE] 
National security: technological export controls, 

11567 [21MY] 
National Trust for Drug-Free Youth: establish, 

22987 [USE] 
National Wilderness Preservation System: adjust 

boundaries in State of Texas (H.R. 4685), Senate 

amendments, 32796 [170C] 
Natural gas: decontrol, 8995* [29AP] 
Nevada: establish Great Basin National Park (S. 

2506), 28748* [60C] 
Nevada Wilderness Protection Act: enact (H.R. 

3302), 9121, 9133 [30AP] 
Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) Trail: designate as com- 
ponent of National Trails System (S. 1542), 26053 

[24SE] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15523-15524 

[25JN] 
civil unrest, 12306 [4JN], 15183 [24JN] 



LAGOMARSINO, ROBERT J. 

Contadora peace process, 18848* [1AU] 

Contra aid in continuing resolution, 25880 

[24SE] 
covert aid for military and paramilitary oper- 
ations, 2889 [26FE], 3447 [4MR], 4198 [11MR], 

4682, 4845* [13MR], 5049 [17MR], 5196 [18MR], 

6166* [25MR], 8330 [22AP], 14471* [18JN], 

15303* [24JN] 

foreign relations, 27433* [30SE] 

harassment of Jews, 12519* [4JN] 

International Court of Justice case against 

U.S., 18835* [1AU] 
interview with Miguel Obando y Bravo by 

Mario Castro, 15303* [24JN] 
invasion of Honduras, 6605 [8AP], 7529 

[15AP] 
involvement in Central American countries, 

10653 [14MY], 11127 [19MY], 11363 [20MY] 
military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540), 

5456, 5463, 5469, 5476, 5482, 5489, 5490, 5494 

[19MR] 
military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601), 

7612, 7623 [16AP] 
policy toward Catholic Church, 1447 [4FE], 

1653* [4FE] 
relationship between Catholic Church and 

Sandinistas, 10715* [14MY] 
report from Jorge M. Dengo, Vice President 

of Costa Rica, 27433* [30SE] 
Sandinista government, 12512* [4JN], 16975* 

[17JY] 
Sandinista reaction to space shuttle Challeng- 
er disaster, 658 [29JA] 

Soviet involvement, 14875 [23JN] 

statement of Pablo A. Vega, 27432* [30SE] 

U.S. policy, 3808 [6MR], 4845* [13MR], 

6166* [25MR], 14471* [18JN], 15303* [24JN], 

18835* [1AU], 23257* [12SE] 
NSA: Donald R. Fortier, tribute, 26363 [25SE] 
OAS: Jose'Azcona Hoyo address, 14464* [18JN] 
Ojai, CA: John S. Henry, tribute, 12540* [4JN] 
Olympic National Forest, WA: revise boundaries 

(S. 2351), 31949 [1SOC] 
Olympic National Park, WA: revise boundaries (S. 

2351), 31949 [150C] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 

Act: enact (H. Res. 547), 27343 [30SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22674 [10SE], 22987 

[USE] 
enact (H.R. 5484), Senate amendments, 

32722 [170C] 
Ortega, Daniel: trip to Cuba, 4198 [11MR] 
Ozark National Scenic Riverways: permit trapping 

(H.R. 103), 28743* [60C] 
Pacific Telesis Group: Hal Boel, tribute, 7596* 

[15AP] 
Palau: approve Compact of Free Association (H.J. 

Res. 626), 27054-27057, 27059, 27060 [29SE], 

32199 [160C] 
approve Compact of Free Association (H.J. 

Res. 626), Senate amendments, 32210 [160C] 
Peace, Stability, and Reconciliation in Ireland and 

Northern Ireland Act: enact (H.R. 4329), 4221 

[11MR] 
Peace Corps: anniversary (H. Res. 546), 25176 

[22SE] 
Port Hueneme, CA: Leo Ramirez, tribute, 20198* 

[8AU] 
Pritchett, Ernest and Dianna: confirm conveyance 

of property by the Southern Pacific Transporta- 
tion Co. (S. 386), 31953 [150C] 
Public lands: cleanup and maintenance (S. 1888), 

22124 [15AU] 
Quorum: call, 5195 [18MR] 
Reagan, President: policy toward Nicaragua, 4845* 

[13MR] 
Religion: relationship between Catholic Church and 

Nicaraguan Sandinistas, 10715* [14MY] 
Roads and highways: emergency relief obligation 

ceiling for States (H.R. 4240), 4201 [11MR] 
Sacramento, CA: Hal Boel, tribute, 7596* [15AP] 









1496 

LAGOMARSINO, ROBERT J. 

Marge F. and Marvin L. Walsh, tribute, 

4383* [11MR] 
SALT: arms control, 27446* [30SE] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 
(H. Con. Res. 350), 14664 [19JN] 

Reagan administration policy, 21102 [12AU] 

Santa Barbara County, CA: Howard C. Menzel 

tribute, 30127* [90C] 
Santa Fe Trail: designate as National Historic Trail 

(H.R. 4794), 23393 [16SE] 
Santa Paula, CA: Alfrida P. Teague, tribute, 9006* 
[29AP] 

Irma Hamilton, tribute, 17334* [22JY] 

Milton M. Teague, tribute, 16528* [15JY] 

Santa Paula (CA) Chronicle: centennial anniversa- 
ry, 33599* [HOC] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting sale of certain missiles 

(H.J. Res. 589), 9725 [7MY] 
Sec. of the Interior: study minimum altitude for 
aircraft flying over National Park System, to con- 
sider H.R. 4430 (H. Res. 533), 24076 [18SE] 
Sequoia National Park: use of certain lands by exist- 
ing hydroelectric project (H.J. Res. 382), concur 
with Senate amendments, 12969 [9JN] 

use of certain lands by existing hydroelectric 

project (H.J. Res. 382), unanimous-consent agree- 
ment, 12969 [9JN] 
South Africa: apartheid system, 19322* [5AU] 

economic sanctions, 14233 [18JN] 

South Pacific islands: U.S. policy, 6812* [8AP] 
Soviet Union: arms control negotiations, 29961 
[90C] 

arrest and indictment of Nicholas Daniloff, 

25083* [19SE] 

atomic weapons proliferation, 13656* [12JN] 

involvement in Nicaragua, 14875 [23JN] 

strategic defense initiative, 32824, 32825 

[170C] 
Sports: Ventura County, CA, Gulls, baseball team, 

tribute, 7603* [15AP] 
SSI: program improvements (H.R. ' 5595), 27330 

[30SE] 
States: emergency relief obligation ceiling for high- 
ways (H.R. 4240), 4201 [11MR] 
Strategic defense initiative: funding, 21077 [12AU] 
Supreme Court: confirmation of Antonin Scalia, 

26058 [24SE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 
report, 26224* [25SE] 

enact (H.R. 3838), instructions to conferees, 

16704 [16JY] 
Taxation: reforms by Representative Kemp, 17322* 

[22JY] 
Terrorism: world summit to adopt unified program 

against (H. Res. 547), 27343 [30SE] 
Texas Wilderness Act: amend (H.R. 4685), Senate 

amendments, 32796 [170C] 
Texas Wilderness Boundary Adjustment Act: enact 
(H.R. 4685), Senate amendments, 32796 [170C] 
Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 

(H.R. 1562), veto, 19351 [6AU] 
Thousand Oaks, CA: Larry Kalsbeek, tribute, 3263* 

[27FE] 
U.N.: Ambassador Walters comments relative to 
Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega, 20746* [11AU] 

visit by Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega, 

20746* [11AU] 
United Water Conservation District: funding, 17470 

[23JY] 
USIA: authorize release of certain objects to muse- 
ums (H.R. 5522), 25180, 25181 [22SE] 
Vega, Pablo A.: statement on Nicaragua, 27432* 

[30SE] 
Ventura, CA: Fritz Huntsinger, tribute, 12026* 
[22MY] 

Peirano's Grocery, tribute, 21457* [13AU] 

Ventura County, CA: Gulls, baseball team, tribute, 

7603* [15AP] 
Ventura County, CA, Medical Center: Michael H. 

Erne, tribute, 26568* [26SE] 
VETCO Offshore, Inc.: Fritz Huntsinger, tribute, 

12026* [22MY] 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: amend (H.R. 4350), 
6624 [8AP], 29796 [80C] 



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amend (H.R. 4350), Senate amendments, 

32174, 32175 [160C] 

Wilderness areas: inclusion of certain lands in Na- 
tional Wilderness Preservation System, 9121, 
9133 [30AP] 

Yosemite National Park, CA: long-term leases in 
the El Portal area (H.R. 1390), Senate amend- 
ments, 30743 [HOC] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
497 [23JA], 658 [29JA], 1447, 1490 [4FE], 1951 
[6FE], 2129 [18FE], 2889, 2903 [26FE], 3105 
[27FE], 3447 [4MR], 3647 [5MR], 3808 [6MR], 
4198, 4201, 4216, 4234, 4266 [11MR], 4632, 4682, 
4700 [13MR], 5049 [17MR], 5196 [18MR], 5489 
[19MR], 6054 [25MR], 6605, 6624, 6633 [8AP], 
7355 [HAP], 7529, 7553 [I5AP], 7612, 7665 
[16AP], 8330, 8407 [22AP], 8746 [28AP], 8885 
[29AP], 9133 [30AP], 9725 [7MY], 10653, 10702 
[14MY], 10924 [15MY], 11127, 11183 [19MY], 
11363, 11396 [20MY], 11567 [21MY], 11945 
[22MY], 12306, 12362 [4JN], 14233, 14295 [18JN], 
14659 [19JN], 14875 [2SJN], 15183, 15198, 15199, 
15202, 15285 [24JN], 15523 [25JN], 15657, 15765 
[26JN], 16502 [15JY], 16659, 16662, 16704, 16745 
[16JY], 16949, 16964 [17JY], 17315 [22JY], 17470 
[23JY], 17598, 17599 [24JY], 18200, 18226 [30JY], 
18417 [31JY], 18624, 18668 [1AU], 19115 [5AU], 
19351 [6AU], 19950 [8AU], 20622, 20624, 20625, 
20741 [11AU], 21077, 21102 [12AU], 21220, 
21239 [13AU], 22124 [15AU], 22674, 22736 
[10SE], 23014 [USE], 23390, 23393, 23442 
[16SE], 24076 [18SE], 24800 [19SE], 25176, 
25179, 25180, 25181 [22SE], 25880, 26049, 26053, 
26074 [24SE], 26224, 26366 [25SE], 27055, 27075, 
27115 [29SE], 27330, 27373, 27424 [30SE], 27550 
[IOC], 28177 [20C], 29796, 29832 [80C], 29961 
[90C], 30743 [HOC], 31949, 31951, 31953 
[150C], 32175, 32196, 32199, 32210, 32218, 32328 
[160C], 32722, 32795, 32796, 32824, 33156 
[170C] 

Tribute, 33941, 33943 [6NO] 
Reports 

Committee on the Budget, 9766 [7MY] 

Delegation to Mexico-US. Interparliamentary 
Union, 15767 [26JN] 

Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9766 [7MY], 15767 
[26JN] 
Statements 

Civil Unrest in Nicaragua: Miguel Obando y Bravo 
(excerpts), 15183 [24JN] 

Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Verification: 
Walter J. Stoessel, Jr. (excerpts), 2903 [26FE] 

Contadora Peace Process: Rodrigo Madrigal (ex- 
cerpts), 16659 [16JY] 

Costa Rican Involvement in Nicaraguan Strugple: 
Bernard Aaronson (excerpts), 7613 [16AP] 

Ortega Calls Cardinal Somozist, 1653* [4FE] 

Political Beliefs of Agusto Sandino: Aristides Pavon 
(excerpts), 3808 [6MR] 

South African System of Apartheid: Sal Marzullo 
(excerpts), 14233 [18JN] 

Soviet and Cuban Involvement in Central America: 
Jose Napoleon Duarte (excerpts), 14875 [23JN] 

Terrorism: Yitzhak Shamir (excerpts), 15657 [26JN] 
Tributes 

Aguilera, Rudy M., 28203* [20C] 

Beach, Edwin, 22757* [10SE] 

Bingham, Jonathan B., 16729 [16JY] 

Boel, Hal, 7596* [15AP] 

Carty, William T„ 11253* [19MY], 12016* [22MY] 

Chappie, Representative, 32318 [160C] 

Erne, Michael H., 26568* [26SE] 

Fiedler, Representative, 32318 [160C] 

Fortier, Donald R., 26363 [25SE] 

Fuqua, Representative, 27111* [29SE] 

Hamilton, Irma, 17334* [22JY| 

Henry, John S., 12540* [4JN] 

Holt, Representative, 30855* [HOC] 

Huntsinger, Fritz, 12026* [22MY] 

Kalsbeek, Larry, 3263* [27FE] 

Kemp, Representative, 17322* [22JY] 

Loeffler, Representative, 29366* [70C] 



McCain, Representative, 29821* [80C] 

McKernan, Representative, 27413* [30SE] 

Menzel, Howard C, 30127* [90C] 

Moore, W. Paul, 17025* [17JY] 

O'Brien, George M., 18397 [31JY] 

Peirano, Nick, 21457* [13AU] 

Ramirez, Leo, 20198* [8AU] 

Rooney, Patrick, 14469* [18JN] 

Rudd, Representative, 29820* [80C] 

Salazar, Frank, 27434* [30SE] 

Scalia, Antonin, 26058 [24SE] 

Seiberling, Representative, 29810* [80C] 

Smith, Jimmy D., 2051* [6FE] 

Teague, Alfrida P., 9006* [29AP] 

Teague, Charles M., 16528* [15JY] 

Teague, Milton M„ 16528* [15JY] 

Walsh, Marge D., 4383* [11MR] 

Walsh, Marvin L„ 4383* [UMR] 

Watkins, Jack L., 22753* [10SE] 

Whitehurst, Representative, 30872* [140C] 

Zschau, Representative, 32318 [160C] 
LAGOS, RICARDO 
Letters 

Incarceration: Ricardo Nunez and Armando Aran- 
ciba, 33480 [HOC] 
LAGUEUX, RONALD R. 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on the Judiciary, 3170 
[27FE] 
LAGUNA GARCIA, JOSE 
Statements 

Health Care Needs of US-Mexico Border Resi- 
dents, 2613 [24FE] 
LAIDLAW, KATHLEEN 
Articles and editorials 

Scituate — Heritage of Freedom by the Sea, 15628 
[25JN] 
LAINO, DOMINGO 
Articles and editorials 

Paraguay for the Paraguayans, 15608 [25JN] 
LAIRD, JOHN O. 
Biographies 

National Advisory Council on Women's Education 
Programs nominee, 13161 [10JN] 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Labor and Human Re- 
sources, 11314 [20MY] 
LAIRD, MELVIN R. (a former Representative from 

Wisconsin) 
Statements 

Dept. of Defense Reorganization, by, 9799, 9831 
[7MY] 
LAKE, ANTHONY 
Articles and editorials 

Founding Fathers Would Not Have Refused Aid 
From Louis XVI, 23625 [17SE] 
LAKE CHARLES, LA 
Letters 

Restrictions on certain lands in Calcasieu Parish, 
LA: sundry signers, 1225 [30JA] 
LAKE CLARK NATIONAL PARK AND PRE- 
SERVE 
Remarks in Senate 

Alaska: funds for land acquisition, 23522 [16SE] 
LAKE COUNTY, OH 
Petitions 

National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 
board of commissioners, 14298 [18JN], 16373 
[14JY] 
LAKE COUNTY (IL) NEWS-SUN 
Articles and editorials 

Calls for Legislation on Asbestos, 3582 [4MR] 
LAKE MICHIGAN 
Bills and resolutions 

Chicago, IL: temporary increase in amount of 
water diverted to protect shoreline during abnor- 
mally high water levels (see H.R. 4051) 



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LAKE ORION, MI 

Articles and editorials 

Hard-Luck Lake Orion Family Grieves for Heroic 
Baby-Sitter, 18995 [4AU] 
Remarks in Senate 

Snyder, Rachel: tribute, 18995 [4AU] 
LAKE TAHOE 
Bills and resolutions 

California-Nevada compact: consent of Congress 
(see S. 2457) 
Explanations 

California-Nevada compact, 10839-10842 [15MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

California-Nevada compact: consent of Congress 
(S. 2457), 10839 [15MY], 22613 [I0SE] 
LAKE TUSCALOOSA, AL 
Bills and resolutions 

FERC: license for certain facilities (see S. 2225; 
H.R. 4206) 
Remarks in House 

FERC: license for certain facilities (H.R. 4206), 
2493 [20FE] 
Remarks in Senate 

FERC: license for certain facilities (S. 2225), 6019 
[24MR] 
LAKEHURST, NJ 
Petitions 

Licensing of recreational salt water fishermen: city 
council, 16327 [14JY] 
LAKELAND (FL) LEDGER 
Articles and editorials 

More Political Paralysis, 1625 [4FE] 
LAKES see also Ecology 
Amendments 

Alaskan Native Corp.: clarify treatment and owner- 
ship of submerged lands (S. 485), 32372, 32608 
[160C] 
Articles and editorials 

Renewed Lake Erie Again One of the Greats, 
32673 [160C] 
Bills and resolutions 

Acid rain: control sources of pollution and protec- 
tion against interstate transport of pollutants (see 
S. 2200, 2203) 

national policy to reduce acidic air emissions 

(seeS. Con. Res. 118) 
Boats and boating: Federal safety program (see 

H.R. 4731) 
Fort Gibson Lake, OK: road repair or reconstruc- 
tion (see S. 2123) 
Great Lakes: Federal guaranteed loan program for 
protection of real property from beach erosion 
(see S. 2784; H.R. 5453) 
Marine accidents: ownership of certain historic 
shipwrecks in State waters (see S. 2569) 
Letters 

Corps of Engineers management of public parks 
and recreation areas: E.R. Heiberg III, 17426 
[23JY] 

Representative Alexander, 17424 [23JY] 

Relations with Canada regarding high water levels 
on the Great Lakes: Representative Siljander, 
13889 [16JN] 
Memorials of legislature 

Massachusetts, 21131 [12AU], 22446 [9SE] 
Michigan, 4472, 4577 [12MR] 
New Mexico, 5565 [19MR], 6311 [26MR] 
Pennsylvania, 16326 [14JY] 
Petitions 

Acid rain pollution: Farmington, NM, Chamber of 
Commerce, 4704 [13MR] 
Remarks in House 

Alaskan Native Corp.: clarify treatment and owner- 
ship of submerged lands (S. 485), 32254 [160C] 
Great Lakes: high water levels, 13889 [16JN] 
New York: revitalization of Lake Erie, 32673 
[160C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Alaska: extend the Submerged Lands Statute of 

Limitations in P.L. 96-487, 32372 [160C] 
Alaskan Native Corp.: clarify treatment and owner- 
ship of submerged lands (S. 485), 32372 [160C] 



Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, WI: authoriz- 
ing additional lands (H.R. 2182), 29486 [80C] 
Great Lakes: flood control plan, 12715-12716 [5JN] 

guaranteed loan program for protection of 

real property from beach erosion (S. 2784), 
21962, 22011 [15AU] 
Marine accidents: ownership of certain historic 
shipwrecks in State waters (S. 2569), 14438 
[18JN] 
Reports filed 
Convention on Wetlands of International Impor- 
tance: Committee on Foreign Relations (Ex. 
Rept. 99-22), 23898 [18SE] 
Land Inclusion Within Apostle Islands National 
Lakeshore, WI: Committee on Energy and Natu- 
ral Resources (H.R. 2182) (S. Rept. 99^*99), 
26838 [27SE] 
Prohibition of Construction of Dams Within Na- 
tional Parks and Monuments: Committee on Inte- 
rior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 4089) (H. Rept. 99- 
825), 23472 [16SE] 
Treatment and Ownership of Submerged Lands by 
Alaskan Native Corp.: Committee on Energy and 
Natural Resources (S. 485) (S. Rept. 99-507), 
27685 [IOC] 
Texts of 
S. 485, clarify treatment and ownership of sub- 
merged lands by the Alaskan Native Corp., 32255 
[160C], 32373 [160C] 
LAKEVIEW, MI 
Remarks in House 

Brownlee, Sheila: tribute, 18855 [1AU] 
LAKEWOOD, CA 
Remarks in House 

Dauncey, Emerson W.: tribute, 12530 [4JN] 
Langlois, Dea: tribute, 531 [23 JA] 
LAKEWOOD, OH 
Petitions 

National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 
city council, 13527 [12JN] 
LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 21759 [14AU] 
LAMBERT, BEN 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 12825 [5JN] 
LAMBERT, DANIEL E. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 2444 [19FE], 3748 [5MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 2558 [20FE], 4717 [13MR] 
LAMBERTSON, RONALD E. 
Letters 

Lake Darling, ND, flood control project, 4967 
[14MR] 
LAMBOLEY, PAUL H. 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation, 4786 [13MR] 
LAMBRAKOPOULOS, PANAYOTIS 
Memorandums 

Soviet Persecution of Christians, 28669 [30C] 
LAMBRO, DONALD 
Articles and editorials 

Health-Care Abuses That Cost $2 Billion, 16254 

[26JN] 
One for the Scalpel — Budgetary Malpractice in 

Health Research, 9467 [5MY] 
Spare- Parts Progress Report, 17155 [21JY] 
This Congressman Can Say No, 1654 [4FE] 
LAMENDOLA, LINDA 
Articles and editorials 

Job Training Helps Welfare Recipients to WIN, 
11113 [15MY] 
LAMM, LESTER P 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project, 25598 [23SE] 
LAMM, RICHARD D. (Governor of Colorado) 
Articles and editorials 

Governor Lamm Has It Right on One Nation, One 
Language, 13401 [11JN] 



LAND USE 

LAMONT, CORLISS 

Articles and editorials 

Lamont-Lodge Letters, 500-502 [23JA] 
LAMOTHE, JERRY 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 23843 [17SE] 
LAMPERTI, JOHN 
Articles and editorials 

Stepping Up War Against Nicaragua, 20846 [12AU] 
LAMPHERE, MI 
Remarks in House 

Agnello, Frank A.: tribute, 10265 [9MY] 
LANCASTER, PA 
Remarks in House 

Schier, Richard F.: tribute, 22207 [15AU] 
LANCASTER, SC 
Articles and editorials 

Colleagues Express Sorrow, 29540 [80C] 
Tom Gibson Mangum, 29540 [80C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Mangum, Thomas G.: tribute, 29540 [80C] 
Transcripts 
Funeral Service of Thomas G. Mangum: William 
R. Kinnett and Bruce C. Bryant, 29542 [80C] 
LANCASTER (SC) NEWS 
Articles and editorials 

Colleagues Express Sorrow, 29540 [80C] 
Tom Gibson Mangum, 29540 [80C] 
LANCELOT, JILL 
Letters 

Reduction in Forest Service funds for road con- 
struction, 23516 [16SE] 
LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND 

ACT 
Bills and resolutions 

National parks: user charges used for operation (see 
S. 2204) 
Reports filed 

Use of Park Entrance, Admission, and Recreation 
Use Fees for Operation of National Park System: 
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 
2204) (S. Rept. 99-509), 27685 [IOC] 
LAND O'LAKES MIRROR (publication) 
Articles and editorials 

Slettom Retiring as Head of MAC, 29170 [70C] 
LAND REMOTE-SENSING COMMERCIALIZA- 
TION ACT 
Bills and resolutions 

Amend (see H.R. 5229) 
Remarks in House 

Amend (H.R. 5229), 25164 [22SE] 
Reports filed 

Commercial Applications of Land Remote-Sensing 
Systems and Technological Innovations: Commit- 
tee on Science and Technology (H.R. 5229) (H. 
Rept. 99-826), 23472 [16SE] 
Texts of 

H.R. 5229, amendments, 25164 [22SE] 
LAND USE 
Amendments 

Columbia River Gorge: protect and provide for 
enhancement of resources (H.R. 5705), 32234- 
32239, 32243, 32245 [160C] 
Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 29915, 

29935 [90C], 30178 [10OC] 
Electric power: authorizing continued operation of 
certain hydroelectric projects within the Sequoia 
National Park (H.J. Res. 382), 11808 [21 MY] 
Federal Land Policy and Management Act: issue 
permanent easements for water conveyance sys- 
tems in order to reslove title claims (H.R. 2921), 
9742 [7MY] 
Nebraska: designate certain land as wilderness (S. 
816), 28652 [30C] 
Analyses 

Improve Coal Leasing Program (S. 2427), 10079 
[8MY] 
Articles and editorials 

Carrying Water for Westlands, 18364, 18364, 18366 

[31JY] 
Settlement That's All Wet, 18363 [31JY] 






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LAND USE 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Turning on the Tap for Westlands, 18364 [31JY] 
TVA's Untamed Wilderness Surprise, 3391 [3MR] 
Bills and resolutions 

Socorro County, NM: convey certain lands to New 
Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (see 
H.R. 4971) 
Book reviews 

"Vanishing Land," Robert W. Howard, 2117 
[18FE] 
Executive orders 

Grazing fees for domestic livestock: President 
Reagan, 2204 [18FE] 
Letters 

Allocation of abandoned mine land reclamation 

funds: Office of Surface Mining, 18336 [31JY] 

Chadron State Park land conveyance: Richard E. 

Lyng, Sec. of Agriculture, 33356 [170C] 
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area: Dept. 

of Justice, 32216, 32219, 32224 [160C] 
Grazing fees: Committee on Energy and Natural 
Resources, 2204 [18FE] 

John V. Evans, Governor of Idaho, 2204 

[18FE] 
Sequoia National Park and electric power project: 
Dept. of the Interior, 11808 [21 MY] 

Senator McClure, 11808 [21 MY] 

Transfer of land from Forest Service to the Dept. 

of Energy: Dept. of Energy, 29115 [60C] 
Water conveyance systems: Dept. of Agriculture, 
29919 [90C] 
Lists 

Haida Land Exchange Act corrections (H.R. 5353), 
28119 [20C] 
Memorials of legislature 
Oregon, 32197 [160C] 
Washington, 32197 [160C] 
Petitions 

Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act amendments: 
Soldotna, AK, Borough Assembly, 22246 [8SE] 
Paiute, Hopi, and Navajo Indian surface and resur- 
face rights in joint use area: Detroit, MI, City 
Council, 7556 [15AP] 
Prohibit nuclear waste repositories on Penobscot 

lands: tribal council, 396 [23JA] 
Removal of Navajo and Hopi residents from their 
homeland: Erich Weiszkirchner, 14298 [18JN] 

W. Bieder, 14079 [17JN] 

Working Circle Hopi, 13270 [11JN] 

Taxing of tribal treaty-protected resources: Paiute/ 
Shoshone General Council, 15605 [25JN] 
Remarks in House 

Agricultural Research Service: authorizing con- 
struction of a salinity laboratory (H.R. 5215), 
28776 [60C] 
Alaska: Haida Village Corp. land use (H.R. 5353), 
20185 [8AU], 27357 [30SE] 

Haida Village Corp. land use (H.R. 5353), 

technical corrections, 28119 [20C] 
Bureau of Reclamation: rehabilitating the acequias 

of northern New Mexico, 17438 [23JY] 
Columbia River Gorge: protect and provide for 
enhancement of resources (H.R. 5705), 32190- 
32198, 32214, 32220-32248-32328 [160C] 
Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 27351 

[30SE], 30178 [10OC] 
Electric power: authorizing continued operation of 
certain hydroelectric project within the Sequoia 
National Park (H.J. Res. 382), 12969 [9JN] 
Federal Land Policy and Management Act: issue 
permanent easements for water conveyance sys- 
tems in order to reslove title claims (H.R. 2921), 
9741 [7MY] 
Nebraska: designate certain lands as wilderness and 
certain as recreation area (S. 816), 25413 [23SE] 
San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program: funding, 

17440 [23 JY] 
Sequoia National Park, CA: authorizing continued 
use of certain lands (H.J. Res. 382), 12969 [9JN] 
Remarks in Senate 

Agricultural Research Service: authorizing con- 
struction of a salinity laboratory (H.R. 5215), 
33814 [180C] 
Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act: 
amend (H.R. 3851), 3539 [4MR] 



Atomic energy: repository site designation, 10569 

[14MY] 
BLM: grazing fees, 2203 [18FE] 

livestock grazing formula, 981 [29JA] 

Colorado: designate certain land as wilderness (S. 

2097), 2715-2718 [25FE] 
Columbia River Gorge: protect and provide for 
enhancement of resources (H.R. 5705), 33206- 
33208 [170C] 
Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 20405 

[9AU], 29915 [90C] 
Dept. of Energy: land transfer (S. 1577), 29115 

[60C] 
Dept. of the Interior: improve coal leasing program 

(S. 2427), 10077 [8MY] 
Electric power: authorizing continued operation of 
certain hydroelectric projects within the Sequoia 
National Park (H.J. Res. 382), 11807 [21MY] 
Federal Land Policy and Management Act: issue 
permanent easements for water conveyance sys- 
tems in order to resolve title claims (H.R. 2921), 
29918 [90C] 
Nebraska: designate certain land as wilderness (S. 

816), 28652-28654 [30C] 
Nebraska National Forest: convey land, 33353 
[170C] 

convey land (S. 360), 3540 [4MR] 

Power resources: extension of geothermal resources 

leases, 28463 [30C] 
Reclamation Reform Act: effectiveness, 33162 

[HOC] 
Sequoia National Park, CA: authorizing continued 
use of certain lands (H.J. Res. 382), 11807 
[21 MY] 
TVA: resource management demonstration project, 
3391 [3MR] 
Reports filed 

Addition of Lands on Island of Hawaii to Hawaii 
Volcanoes National Park: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (S. 2320) (H. Rept. 99-971), 
29386 [70C] 
Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act: 
Committee on Energy And Natural Resources 
(H.R. 3851) (S. Rept. 99-234), 1885 [6FE] 
Authorize Construction of Salinity Laboratory, 
Riverside, CA: Committee on Agriculture (H. 
Rept. 99-966), 28331 [30C] 
Authorize Land Conveyance in Nevada to Univer- 
sity of Nevada: Committee on Energy and Natu- 
ral Resources (S. 1625) (S. Rept. 99-277), 6537 
[27MR] 
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Mining Protection 
Area Resource Management Review and Grants 
Appropriations: Committee on Interior and Insu- 
lar Affairs (H.R. 4348) (H. Rept. 99-632), 13266 
[11JN] 
Chadron State Park, NE, Land Conveyance: Com- 
mittee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 360) 
(S. Rept. 99-235), 1885 [6FE] 
Convey Forest Service Lands to Payson-, AZ: 
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 
565) (S. Rept. 99-339), 17758 [25JY] 
Convey Real Property to Pershing County Water 
Conservation District: Committee on Energy and 
Natural Resources (S. 1772) (S. Rept. 99-383), 
19849 [7AU] 
Conveyance of Land to Huntley Project Irrigation 
District, Ballantine, MT: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 99- 
657), 15604 [25JN] 
Conveyance of Real Property in Calcasieu Parish, 
Release of Restrictions: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (H.R. 4022) (H. Rept. 99- 
540), 7689 [16AP] 
Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, OH, 
Erosion Control: Committee on Energy and Nat- 
ural Resources (H.R. 934) (S. Rept. 99-360), 
18773 [1AU] 
Dept. of Agriculture Convey Forest Service Land 
to Flagstaff, AZ: Committee on Energy and Nat- 
ural Resources (S. 567) (S. Rept. 99-353), 18772 
[1AU] 



Dept. of Agriculture Convey Forest Service Lands 
to Payson, AZ: Committee on Interior and Insu- 
lar Affairs (S. 565) (H. Rept. 99-900), 26427 
[26SE] 
Dept. of the Interior Convey Certain Interests in 
Lands in Socorro County, NM, to New Mexico 
Institute of Mining and Technology: Committee 
on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 4971) (H. 
Rept. 99-760), 19744 [7AU] 
Dept. of the Interior Convey Land Located Near 
Ocotillo, CA: Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs (H.R. 1891) (H. Rept. 99-772), 19950 
[8AU] 
Dept. of the Interior Provide for Settlement of Cer- 
tain Title Disputes: Committee on Energy and 
Natural Resources (S. 1617) (S. Rept. 99-508), 
27685 [IOC] 
Dept. of the Interior Release of Restriction on 
Property Located in Calcasieu Parish, LA: Com- 
mittee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 
2031) (S. Rept. 99-276), 6537 [27MR] 
Dept. of Transportation Release Restrictions on 
Property Conveyed to Peninsula Airport Com- 
mission, VA: Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation (S. 2852), 26535 [26SE] 
Designate Lands in Cherokee National Forest, TN, 
as Wilderness Area: Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs (H.R. 5166) (H. Rept. 99-853), 
24802 [19SE] 
Establish Pine Ridge and Soldier Creek Wilderness 
Area in Nebraska National Forest: Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs (S. 816) (H. Rept. 99- 
854), 24802 [19SE] 
Exemption of States from Statute of Limitations 
Applicable to Quiet Title Actions Against U.S.: 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 
2484) (H. Rept. 99-924), 27116 [29SE] 
Federal Land Exchange Facilitation Act: Commit- 
tee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 4814) 
(H. Rept. 99-743), 19116 [5AU] 
Federal Standards for Conduct of Gaming Activi- 
ties on Indian Reservations: Committee on Interi- 
or and Insular Affairs (H.R. 1920) (H. Rept. 99- 
488), 4120 [10MR] 
Gettysburg National Military Park Conveyance of 
Non-Federal Lands: Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs (H.R. 4259) (H. Rept. 99-629), 
13266 [1 UN] 

Committee on Rules (H.R. 4259; H. Res. 

483) (H. Rept. 99-655), 15286 [24JN] 
Haida Village Corp., AK: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (H.R. 5353) (H. Rept. 99- 
930), 27425 [30SE] 
Hawaiian Homes Commission Act: Committee on 
Energy and Natural Resources (H.J. Res. 17) (S. 
Rept. 99-478), 25611 [23SE] 
Hydroelectric Project Use of Lands Within Sequoia 
National Park, CA (H.J. Res. 382) (S. Rept. 99- 
237), 1885 [6FE] 
Issuance of Permanent Easements for Water Con- 
veyance Systems in Order To Resolve Title 
Claims (H.R. 2921) (H. Rept. 99-554), 8476 
[23AP] 
Land Inclusion Within Apostle Islands National 
Lakeshore, WI: Committee on Energy and Natu- 
ral Resources (H.R. 2182) (S. Rept. 99-499), 
26838 [27SE] 
Land Transfers Affecting Pueblo of Santa Ana, 
NM: Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
(H.R. 4873) (H. Rept. 99-818), 23244 [12SE] 
Mineral Lands Leasing Act: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (H.R. 1934) (H. Rept. 99- 
628), 13266 [1 UN] 
Modify Boundaries of Cuyahoga Valley National 
Recreation Area, OH: Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs (H.R. 4645) (H. Rept. 99-759), 
19744 [7AU] 
Real Property Transfer to Mesquite, NV: Commit- 
tee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 3352) 
(H. Rept. 99-897), 26427 [26SE] 



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1499 



Release Reversionary Interest of U.S. in Land in 
Putnam County, FL, and convey Mineral Inter- 
ests to Florida: Committee on Agriculture (H.R. 
5492) (H. Rept. 99-992), 31219 [HOC] 
San Carlos Apache Tribe, AZ, Distribution of 
Judgment Funds: Committee on Interior and In- 
sular Affairs (H.R. 3526) (H. Rept. 99-631), 
13266 [1 UN] 
Transfer of Airport Property, Algona, IA: Commit- 
tee on Public Works and Transportation (H.R. 
4492) (H. Rept. 99-821), 23244 [12SE] 
Withdraw and Reserve Certain Public Lands: Com- 
mittee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 
2412) (S. Rept. 99-514), 27685 [IOC] 
Tables 
Formula for the Public Rangelands Improvement 

Act, 2204 [18FE] 
Funding rehabilitation work on the acequias of 

northern New Mexico, 17438 [23JY] 
Grazing fee formula, 2205 [18FE] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 382, authorizing continued operation of 
certain hydroelectric projects within the Sequoia 
National Park, 11808 [21 MY] 
H.R. 2921, issue permanent easements for certain 

water conveyance systems, 9742 [7MY] 
H.R. 5215, authorizing construction of a salinity 

laboratory, 28776 [60C] 
H.R. 5353, Haida Land Exchange Act, 27358, 

27361 [30SE] 
H.R. 5705, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic 

Area Act, 32225-32234 [160C] 
S. 360, convey land to the Nebraska National 

Forest, 3540 [4MR] 
S. 565, convey certain lands to Payson, AZ, 27351 

[30SE] 
S. 567, convey lands from the Dept. of Agriculture 

to Flagstaff, AZ, 29480 [80C] 
S. 816, designate a wilderness area and a national 

recreation area in Nebraska, 25413 [23SE] 
S. 1577, transfer of land from the Forest Service to 

the Dept. of Energy, 29116 [60C] 
S. 2427, improve coal leasing program, 10077-10078 
[8MY] 
LANDAU, SAUL 
Articles and editorials 

Where Is Aid to Contras Really Going?, 5591 
[19MR] 
LANDERS, JIM 
Articles and editorials 

Synthetic Fuels Endeavor Leaves Undetermined 
Legacy, 1014 [29JA] 
LANDIS, TERALYNN 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 3274 [27FE] 
LANDMARK COLLEGE, VT 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 12269 [3JN] 
LANDON, ALFRED M 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 22419 [9SE] 
LANDOWNER PROTECTION ACT 
Remarks in Senate 

Enact (S. 2144), 3722-3726 [5MR] 
Texts of 

S. 2144, provisions, 3723 [5MR] 
LAND-REMOTE SENSING COMMERCIALIZA- 
TION ACT 
Bills and resolutions 

Amend (see H.R. 4932) 
LANDRIGAN, PHILIP J. 
Letters 

High Risk Occupational Disease Notification and 
Prevention Act, 29356 [70C] 
LANDSBERG, HANS H. 
Articles and editorials 

Stockpiles Are Inadequate, 22197 [15AU] 
LANDSCAPE PROTECTION 
5/7/5 and resolutions 

Big Sur National Forest Scenic Area, CA: desig- 
nate (see S. 2159) 
Burr Trail National Rural Scenic Road, UT: estab- 
lish (see S. 2265) 



Remarks in Senate 

Burr Trail National Rural Scenic Road, UT: estab- 
lish (S. 2265), 6554 [27MR] 
LANDWEER, DETLEV 
Petitions 

Aid to Contras in Nicaragua, 1 5605 [25JN] 
LANE, PAUL 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project, 25579 [23SE] 
LANE, THOMAS P. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 3745 [5MR] 
LANESBORO, MA 
Remarks in House 

Saint Luke's Episcopal Church: anniversary, 13893 
[16JN] 
LANG, EUGENE 
Bills and resolutions 

Commend (see S. Res. 435) 
Remarks in Senate 
Tribute, 28563 [30C] 
Tribute (S. Res. 435), 27292 [30SE] 
Reports filed 

Recognition: Committee on the Judiciary (S. Res. 
436), 27994 [20C] 
Texts of 

S. Res. 435, commend, 15994 [26JN], 28563 [30C] 
LANGER, WILLIAM (a former Senator from North 

Dakota) 
Articles and editorials 

Langer Born 100 Years Ago Today, 27447 [30SE] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Tribute, 27447 [30SE] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Tribute, 27159 [30SE] 
LANGLEY, MONICA 
Articles and editorials 

Regulators To Ease Accounting Rules for Certain 
Loans, 7227 [10AP] 
LANGLOIS, DEA 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 531 [23JA], 655 [28JA] 
LANGSLET, C. ROBERT AND AUDREY 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 22169 [15AU] 
LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGES 
Articles and editorials 

Adult Illiteracy, 29400 [70C] 

America Needs a Common Voice— English, 19458 

[6AU] 
Assimilation the Goal, 13401 [11JN] 
Governor Lamm Has It Right on One Nation, One 

Language, 13401 [11JN] 
Hispanic Literacy— In the National Interest, 19606 

[6AU] 
Japanese Firms Are Sure To Talk Your Language, 

27445 [30SE] 
Language on the Line, 25064 [19SE] 
Language That Binds, 25064 [19SE] 
Lithuanian Melodies Play On, 16000 [26JN] 
Perils of Pandora, 17528 [23 JY] 
Reading Can Be Learned Late in Life, 26563 

[26SE] 
We Can't Talk to the Russians— Exchanging Stu- 
dents Is Fine, but Who Speaks Their Language?, 
5958 [21MR] 
Bills and resolutions 

Armed Forces: special pay to members proficient in 

foreign languages (see H.R. 5306) 
Bilingual Education Act: amend (see H.R. 4538) 
English language: literacy programs for certain in- 
dividuals (see S. 2835) 
Illiteracy: programs for individuals with limited 

English proficiency (see H.R. 5042) 
National Yiddish Books Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 705) 
Books 

"Schools We Deserve," Diane Ravitch (excerpt), 
7060 [9AP] 
Court orders 
Spanish International Communications Corp.: U.S. 
District Court (excerpt), 33929 [6NO] 



LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGES 

Essays 

Being Bilingual in America: Deborah Reed, 8547 
[23AP] 

Nelly Valverde, 8547 [23AP] 

Sonia A. Zeledon, 8547 [23AP] 

Letters 
Committee To Preserve Multi-Ethnic and Multi- 
Lingual Radio Programming: sundry Representa- 
tives, 17322 [22JY] 
English as official language of the U.S., 16008 

[26JN] 
Illiteracy and the English Proficiency Act: 34 orga- 
nizations, 23912 [18SE] 

National Indian Education Association, 

23912 [18SE] 
Native American Science Education Asso- 
ciation, 23912 [18SE] 
Implementation of regulations enacted under the 
Bilingual Education Act: Committee on Educa- 
tion and Labor, 16274 [26JN] 
Spanish-language format television stations: Hall- 
mark Cards, Inc., 33929 [6NO] 
Teaching English in Puerto Rican schools: Carmen 
M. Buso, 978 [29JA] 

Nereida R. de Garcia, 978 [29JA] 

Teresa Allende de Pastor, 978 [29JA] 

Memorials of legislature 

Guam, 3955 [6MR] 
Press releases 

Prizes for Spanish literature written in the U.S., 
Pluma De Oro Spanish literary competition com- 
mittee, 507 [23JA] 
Remarks in House 

Adult Literacy Awareness Month: designate (H.J. 

Res. 644), 12014 [22MY] 
Armed Forces: special pay for members proficient 
in foreign languages (H.R. 5306), 18390 [31JY] 
Bilingual ballots: eliminate requirement (H.R. 949), 

discharge petition, 2468 [20FE] 
Bilingual Education Act: amend, 7230, 7240 [10AP] 

amend (H.R. 4538), 6901, 7060 [9AP] 

implementation, 2068 [6FE], 16274 [26JN] 

Committee To Preserve Multi-Ethnic and Multi- 
Lingual Programming: tribute, 17322 [22JY] 
Education: bilingual reform (H.R. 4538), 11997 
[22MY] 

programs to reduce illiteracy, 3746, 3774 

[5MR] 
English Proficiency Act: enact (H.J. Res. 96), 
13398, 13400 [11JN] 

enact (H.R. 5042), 17528 [23JY] 

Hispanic Americans: National Captioning Institute 
development of the Spanish Captioning Service, 
18821 [1AU] 
Illiteracy: educational programs, 29399 [70C] 

statistical makeup, 30415 [10OC] 

Japan: recognize Jpn. as appropriate abbreviation 

(H. Con. Res. 290), 17645 [24JY] 
Literacy: study to assess adult, 28199 [20C] 
National Fund for Literacy Development Act: 

enact (H.R. 5607), 27123 [29SE] 
Pluma De Oro: Spanish literary competition, 506 

[23JA] 
Reading Is Fundamental: program to reduce illiter- 
acy, 3746 [5MR] 
Television: Spanish-language format stations, 33928 
[6NO] 
Remarks in Senate 

Court Interpreters Act: amend (S. 1853), 3551 

[4MR] 
Dept. of Defense: increase amount of special incen- 
tive pay for proficiency in foreign languages, 
20224-20227 [9AU] 
Education: foreign language studies, 5958 [21 MR] 
English: constitutional amendment to make official 
language of U.S. (S.J. Res. 20), 9925 [7MY], 
16008, 16009 [26JN] 
English Proficiency Act: enact (S. 2835), 23910- 

23913 [18SE], 25047 [19SE], 27740 [IOC] 
Immigration: modify requirement for naturalization 
relative to understanding of English language (S 
1296), 15945 [26JN] 









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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Lithuanian Melody Hour: tribute to Baltimore, 

MD, radio program, 16000 [26JN] 
Puerto Rico: delay of teaching of English in 

schools, 977 [29JA], 2562 [20FE] 
Reed, Deborah: bilingual education essay award re- 
cipient, 8547 [23AP] 
Valverde, Nelly: bilingual education essay award 

recipient, 8547 [23AP] 
Zeledon, Sonia A.: bilingual education essay award 
recipient, 8547 [23AP] 
Reports filed 

Court Interpreters Act: Committee on the Judiciary 
(S. 1853), 27994 [20C] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Foreign language studies: Senate Small Business 

Committee's National Council, 9344 [1MY] 
National issues: Military Order of the World Wars 
(sundry), 23860 [17SE] 
Statements 

Bilingual Education: Representative Martinez, 2068 

[6FE] 
Bilingual Education Reform (excerpt), 11998 

[22MY] 
Illiteracy in America: Geraldine L. Daniels, 30415 

[10OC] 
Should English Be the Official Language?: Arnoldo 
Torres, 13398 [11JN] 

Representative Shumway, 13400 [11JN] 

sundry excerpts, 16008 [26JN] 

Testimonies 
Court Interpreters Qualifications: Dena J. Kohn, 

3551 [4MR] 
Reading Is Fundamental: Mrs. Elliot Richardson, 
3746 [5MR] 
Texts of 
H. Con. Res. 290, recognize Jpn. as appropriate 

abbreviation for Japan, 17645 [24JY] 
H.R. 4538, Bilingual Education Act amendments, 

6901 [9AP] 
H.R. 5011, Teacher Training and Improvement 

Act, 13402-13404 [1 UN] 
H.R. 5306, special pay for Armed Forces members 

proficient in foreign languages, 18391 [31JY] 
S. 2835, English Proficiency Act, 23911 [18SE] 
LANHAM, MD 
Remarks in House 

Maryland Technology Center: tribute, 6170 [25MR] 
LANHAM ACT see Trademarks 
LANIER, WILLIE 
Articles and editorials 

Hall Opens Doors to Five New Members, 21429 
[13AU] 
Remarks in House 

Professional Football Hall of Fame: induction, 
21428 [13AU] 
LANNIER, DELBERT 
Eulogies 

Representative Barnard, 30280 [10OC] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 26566 [26SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 30280 [10OC] 
LANPHER, KATHERINE 
Articles and editorials 

Castle-Building Volunteers Are Stars in History, 

1804 [5FE] 
Legal Scholar, Showman Joe Summers Dies at 47, 
29075 [60C] 
LANSFORD, PA 
Remarks in House 

Baldwin, Alfred: tribute, 30155 [90C] 
Grejda, Stanley J.: tribute, 30402 [10OC] 
LANSING, JAMES 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 13864 [16JN] 
LANSING, MI 
Bills and resolutions 

Charles E. Chamberlain Federal Building and U.S. 
Post Office: designate (see H.R. 5446) 
Letters 

Experience during World War II: Harold K. Burns, 
16450 [15JY] 



Remarks in House 

Charles E. Chamberlain Federal Building and U.S. 
Post Office: designate (H.R. 5446), 28707 [60C] 

Senior Power Day: observance, 13249 [I UN] 

Wacousta Elementary School: tribute, 10741 
[14MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Burns, Harold K.: tribute, 16449 [15JY] 
Reports filed 

Designate Charles E. Chamberlain Federal Building 
and U.S. Post Office: Committee on Public 
Works and Transportation (H.R. 5446) (H. Rept. 
99-878), 26075 [24SE] 
Statements 

Experience as Correctional Officer: Harold K. 
Burns, 16450 [15JY] 
Texts of 

H.R. 5446, designate the Charles E. Chamberlain 
Federal Building and U.S. Post Office, Lansing, 
MI, 28707 [60C] 
LANSING (MI) STATE JOURNAL 
Articles and editorials 

Tougher PAC Limits Vital, 1629 [4FE] 
LANTOS, TOM (a Representative from California) 
Addresses 

Andrei Sakharov's Exile Anniversary: Representa- 
tive Fascell, 1 1986* [22MY] 

Yelena Bonner, 11995* [22MY] 

Commencement: Lawrence S. Eagleburger, George 
Washington University, 12279*-12281* [3JN] 

Gypsy Day of Remembrance: Ian Hancock, Uni- 
versity of Texas, 23854* [17SE] 

Human Rights: Representative Gilman, 22190* 
[15AU] 

Human Rights — Daily Life in the U.S. and Soviet 
Union: Richard Schifter, 8973* [29AP] 

Peace, Progress, and Human Rights: Andrei Sak- 
harov(1975), 11823* [21MY] 
Appointments 

Congressional Award Board, 1943 [6FE] 
Articles and editorials 

Congressmen's Wives Take On Soviets, Traverse 
City (MI) Record Eagle, 2229 [18FE] 

Helping Children Absorb the Shock, Edna Mitch- 
ell, 7057* [9AP] 

Moscow Must Start Complying With the 1975 Hel- 
sinki Agreement, Anatoly Scharansky, New York 
(NY) Times, 7428* [14AP] 

Pope and the Jews, Charles Krauthammer, Wash- 
ington (DC) Post, 8086* [18AP] 

Singin' in the Rain, Rose A. Feingenbaum, 15652* 
[25JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Berlin Wall: visible indictment of the Communist 
system (see H. Con. Res. 326), 8887 [29AP] 

Controlled Substances Act: strengthen criminal 
penalties for base forms of cocaine and youth- 
related offenses (see H.R. 5247), 17692 [24JY] 

Controlled Substances Import and Export Act: 
strengthen criminal penalties for base forms of 
cocaine and youth-related offenses (see H.R. 
5247), 17692 [24JY] 

Domine, Genero M., Jr.: relief (see H.R. 5174), 
16504 [15JY] 

Education: financial assistance and incentives to 
local schools having centers of excellence in civic 
(see H.R. 4589), 7554 [15AP] 

Merchant marine: provide military retired pay to 
members who served during World War II (see 
H.R. 5345), 19460 [6AU] 

Owens, Jesse: commend people of Berlin for com- 
memoration of Olympic games victories (see H. 
Con. Res. 325), 8887 [29AP] 

Spain: commend for commitment to democracy 
(see H.J. Res. 567), 4703 [13MR] 

Taxation: deny benefits to individuals in a foreign 
country in violation of Executive order (see H.R. 
4735), 9210 [1MY] 

free distributions from individual retirement 

account or annuity to purchase first home (see 
H.R. 4987), 13267 [11JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: clarify 
certain authorities (see H.R. 4568), 24802 [19SE] 



Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (see H.R. 4154), 19117 
[5AU] 
Air traffic controllers: permit the reappointment 

(see H.R. 4003), 3108 [27FE] 
Alcoholic beverages: make permanent penalty for 
failure to comply with national minimum drink- 
ing age (see H.R. 4083), 1073 [30JA] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 26428 [26SE] 
Andrei Sakharov Honor and Freedom Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 608), 8411 [22AP] 

Animal Welfare Act: amend (see H.R. 4535), 6929 
[9AP] 

Annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 
5600), 32156 [150C] 

Armed Forces: cost of living adjustments for mili- 
tary retirement and survivor benefit programs 
(see H.R. 4671), 14297 [18JN] 

safety requirements relative to transportation 

of members on chartered aircraft (see H.R. 4014), 
5898 [21 MR] 

Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 13526 [12JN] 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025, 4057), 6638 [8AP], 12129 [3JN] 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 
8477 [23AP] 

Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 475), 6931 [9AP] 

Bonner, Yelena: award congressional gold medal 
(see H.R. 4867), 11624 [21MY] 

Canada: discontinue excise tax on tourism literature 
imported from U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 241), 1780 
[5FE] 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 

designate seven moons of Uranus in honor of 

crew members (see H.J. Res. 508), 2132 [18FE] 

Chile: opposing participation of Esmeralda (vessel) 
in Fourth of July liberty weekend celebration 
(see H. Con. Res. 353), 15288 [24JN] 

Chocolate: tariff (see H. Res. 567), 27117 [29SE] 

Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
2293 [19FE] 

Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 
4567), 7126 [10AP] 

Coast Guard: funds to enforce drug trafficking laws 
(see H.R. 5268), 21736 [14AU] 

Communications Act: increase educational and in- 
formational television programming for children 
(see H.R. 3216), 499 [23JA] 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541), 
6932 [9AP] 

Congress: establish commission to coordinate com- 
memoration of bicentennial (see H.R. 5035), 
15287 [24JN] 

issue commemorative stamp for 100th (see 

H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 1074 [30JA] 

Constitution: authorize minting in commemoration 
of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 22737 [10SE] 

Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 12624 
[5JN] 

Controlled Substances Act: penalties for manufac- 
turing and intent to distribute designer drugs (see 
H.R. 2977), 16746 [16JY] 

Copyright: amend requirements of manufacturing 
clause (see H.R. 4696), 8887 [29AP] 

make permanent requirements of manufactur- 
ing clause (see H.R. 3465), 7892 [17AP] 

Customs Service: funds to strengthen drug law en- 
forcement (see H.R. 5267), 21736 [14AU] 

Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 
(see H. Res. 542), 22737 [10SE] 



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1501 



de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 

469), 13073 [10JN] 
DEA: funds for special agents (see H.R. 5269), 

21736 [14AU] 
Dept. of Defense: funds to enhance drug enforce- 
ment activities (see H.R. 5270), 21736 [14AU] 
Diplomats: provide security of personnel, facilities, 

and operations (see H.R. 4151), 4578 [12MR] 
Drugs: combat international trafficking (see H.R. 

5352), 19744 [7AU] 
grants to States to increase enforcement re- 
lating to production, possession, and transfer (see 
H.R. 526), 14078 [17JN] 
Drunken driving: claims for certain willful and ma- 
licious injuries (see H.R. 5586), 29387 [70C] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

establish program to strengthen and improve 

State and local agencies (see H.R. 3263), 3649 
[5MR] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [MAP] 
Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 12364 
[4JN] 
Ellis Island: persons representing all States to be 
naturalized on July 3 or 4, 1986 (see H.J. Res. 
613), 9776 [7MY] 
Ellis Island Medal of Honor: award (see H. Con. 

Res. 381), 21246 [13AU] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 2293 [19FE] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: improve na- 
tional policy (see H.R. 4843), 13269 [11JN] 
EPA: conduct study of acid precipitation in bay 
area of California (see H.R. 4042), 498 [23JA] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 7690 
[16AP] 
Equal Credit Opportunity Act: amend (see H.R. 

1575), 5308 [18MR] 
Ethnic groups: full representation in awarding of 
Statue of Liberty medals (see H. Con. Res. 330), 
10704 [14MY] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

5309 [18MR] 
Federal Aviation Act: ensure fair treatment of air- 
line employees in mergers (see H.R. 4838), 15287 
[24JN] 
Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 

certain (see H.R. 4194), 8213 [21AP] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
5076 [17MR] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 18908 [4AU] 
Great Britain: contributions to the International 

Fund (see H.R. 4329), 3852 [6MR] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

381), 5898 [21 MR] 
Handicapped: prohibit discrimination by airlines 

(see H.R. 5274), 23245 [12SE] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 667), 15771 [26JN] 
Indochina: Postal Service to issue stamp honoring 

MIAs (see H. Res. 392), 5309 [18MR] 
Ireland, Northern: contributions to the International 

Fund (see H.R. 4329), 3852 [6MR] 
Israel: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Spain (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[8AP] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 3853 [6MR] 
Kings River: designate as component of Wild and 
Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 4629), 7891 
[17AP] 
Lebanon: moment of silence during ceremonies for 
Statue of Liberty for return of U.S. captives (see 
H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 
8888 [29AP] 



Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 
Con. Res. 313), 7893 [17AP] 

commemorate death of Fernando A. Ribas- 

Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Lorain, OH 
(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lorain, OH: commemorate death of Fernando A. 
Ribas-Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Libya 
(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lorence, Paul F.: commemorate death in raid on 

Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 12625 [5JN] 
Made in America Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

688), 22147 [15AU] 
Medicaid: amend standards for skilled nursing facili- 
ties and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 28824 [60C] 
Medicare: amend standards for skilled nursing fa- 
cilities and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 28824 [60C] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 11625 
[21 MY] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
11625 [21 MY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 3649 [5MR] 
Narcotic traffic: legislation from executive branch 

(see H.R. 5266), 19952 [8AU] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 16326 [14JY] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [HOC] 
National Air Traffic Control Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 231), 13074 [10JN] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 23016 [USE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 18420 [31JY] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 596), 10282 [12MY] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 

13269 [1 UN] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 2017 [6FE] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

22147 [15AU] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7690 [16AP] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 19745 
[7AU] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 8763 [28AP] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 21735 [14AU] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 21131 [12AU] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 9146 [30AP] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 21247 [13AU] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

602), 18908 [4AU] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 11449 [20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 13074 [10JN] 



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National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 2016 [6FE] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 14742 [19JN] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 13269 [1 UN] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10215 [8MY] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 4578 [12MR] 
National Guard: recognize 350 years of service (see 

H.J. Res. 574), 7893 [17AP] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 6929 [9AP] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 16505 [15JY] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

581), 13269 [1 UN] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 6057 [25MR] 
National Legion of Valor Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 625), 13074 [10JN] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 11449 [20MY] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 3388 [3MR] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 
National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 15287 [24JN] 
National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 670), 22738 [10SE] 
National Pension Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

600), 7555 [15AP] 
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 3855 [6MR] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 1358 [3FE] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 12982 [9JN] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 10990 [15MY] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 18671 [1AU] 

National Talented Teacher Fellowship Program: 

name after Sharon C. (Christa) McAuliffe (see 

H.R. 4143), 4703 [13MR] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483, 635), 1357 [3FE], 10703 [14MY] 

National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

642), 13770 [16JN] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 26076 [24SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 



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National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 5308 [18MR] 

National Year of the Americas: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 640), 11448 [20MY] 

National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

NIH: prevent grants to purchase animals from shel- 
ters for research (see H.R. 4871), 21736 [14AU] 

transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
13268 [11JN] 

NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 
23670 [17SE] 

Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 10215 [8MY] 

Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
542), 3107 [27FE] 

Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 2495 
[20FE] 

OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule for pensions (see 
H.R. 5600), 32156 [150C] 

Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 
[USE] 

Peace Garden: authorize establishment (see H.R. 
4467), 13269 [11JN] 

Phobia Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
535), 10990 [15MY] 

Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 547), 9212 [1MY] 

Public Service Recognition Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 609), 9554 [6MY] 

Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 

Religion: greater balance among military chaplains 
in Armed Forces (see H.R. 1875), 13526 [12JN] 

Reykjavik, Iceland: support for President Reagan in 
meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev (see H. Con. 
Res. 406), 30117 [90C] 

Ribas-Dominicci, Fernando A.: commemorate 
death in raid on Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 
[15JY] 

Roses: rates of duty on imported (see H.R. 1701), 
13268 [11JN] 

Sakharov, Andrei: award congressional gold medal 
(see H.R. 4867), 11624 [21 MY] 

SALT Treaty: continued adherence to numerical 
sublimits (see H. Con. Res. 350), 13268 [11JN] 

San Diego, CA: designate Jacob Weinberger Feder- 
al Building (see H.R. 5397), 22738 [10SE] 

San Diego County, CA: settlement of water rights 
claims of La Jolla, Rincon, San Pasqual, Pauma, 
and Pala Bands of Mission Indians (see H.R. 
4468), 8477 [23AP] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 

SBA: authority to administer program for innova- 
tive firms (see H.R. 4260), 17506 [23JY] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
3649 [5MR] 

Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
3649 [5MR] 

Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 6638 [8AP] 

Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 7893 
[17AP] 

Sec. of the Interior: clarify certain authorities (see 
H.R. 4568), 24802 [19SE] 

Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 
9553 [6MY] 

Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
10), 27117 [29SE] 

Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633), 19952 [8AU] 

furnish comprehensive, catastrophic, long- 
term, and preventive benefits (see H.R. 4287), 
28824 [60C] 



South Africa: continuing acts of oppression (see H. 
Res. 462), 14079 [17JN] 

prohibit loans and other investments (see 

H.R. 4868), 12625 [5JN] 

urge to indicate willingness to engage in 

meaningful political negotiations (see H. Res. 
373), 14742 [19JN] 

Soviet Union: continued adherence to numerical 
sublimits of SALT Treaty (see H. Con. Res. 350), 
13268 [11JN] 

joint effort to achieve worldwide disease im- 
munization (see H. Res. 430), 16505 [15JY] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. Con. 
Res. 332), 11625 [21 MY] 

Spain: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Israel (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 

States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 7689 [16AP] 

increase limitations for emergency relief of 

natural disaster or catastrophic failure (see H.R. 
4240), 2977 [26FE] 

Statue of Liberty: moment of silence during cere- 
monies for return of U.S. captives in Lebanon 
(see H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 

Tariff: chocolate (see H. Res. 556), 25457 [23SE] 

Tariff Act: increase measures to combat smuggling 
of products (see H.R. 3479), 21736 [14AU] 

Taxation: disallow deductions for advertising or 
promotion expenses for sales of tobacco products 
(see H.R. 3950), 1357 [3FE] 

extend solar energy residential and business 

credits (see H.R. 4045), 3481 [4MR] 

Terrorism: President should convene summit to 
adopt unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 
23015 [USE] 

Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H. 
Con. Res. 244), 10991 [15MY] 

U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 15605 [25JN] 

U.S. Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of 
the U.N.: establish (see H.J. Res. 417), 7690 
[16AP] 

U.S. Olympic Committee: congratulate new presi- 
dent and secretary general (see H. Con. Res. 
292), 5077 [17MR] 

U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 

United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 
Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 

Vatican City: sense of Congress to recognize Israel 
and establish diplomatic relations (see H. Con. 
Res. 306), 7368 [HAP] 

Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 628), 13074 [10JN] 

Volunteer workers: tribute, 14079 [17JN] 

Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II (see H. Res. 409), 
9554 [6MY] 

Western regional export licensing office: establish 
(see H.R. 5443), 22144 [15AU] 

Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
499), 236 [22JA] 

Working Dog Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 578), 21247 [13AU] 

World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 
1074 [30JA] 

World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 
1074 [30JA] 

Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 
7690 [16AP] 

Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 

Youth: make grants for suicide prevention programs 
(see H.R. 4650), 8410 [22AP] 

Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 549), 3649 [5MR] 

Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Documents 

Helsinki Final Act (excerpt), 30455* [10OC] 



Essays 

Human Rights — The Moral Foundation of Ameri- 
can Foreign Policy: Kristine A. Loftus, 12295* 
[3JN] 

Tina Huie, 12295* [3JN] 

Letters 

Letter from Birmingham City Jail: Martin Luther 
King, Jr. (1963), 2053* [6FE] 

Soviet Union abuse and mistreatment of Andrei 
Sakharov and Yelena Bonner: Robert L. Bern- 
stein, 11823* [21MY] 
Plaque 

Raoul Wallenberg Place, 32692* [160C] 
Poems 

"Boxer's Prayer," James Balukevich, 32675* 
[160C] 

"I Will Live and Survive," Irina Ratushinskaya, 
24713* [18SE] 
Prayers 

Raoul Wallenberg: James David Ford, Chaplain of 
the House of Representatives, 32694 [loOC] 
Remarks by, on 

Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14230 
[20JN] 

Arts: Memory and Image photography exhibit, 
Cannon House Office Building, 8089* [18AP] 

Atomic power plant accident: Soviet Union, 9186 
[1MY], 10121 [8MY] 

Berlin Wall: sense of Congress relative to 25th anni- 
versary of erection (H. Con. Res. 326), 13762 
[16JN] 

Bonner, Yelena: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 
Union, 11823* [21MY] 

Budget: deficit reduction proposals, 2048* [6FE] 

Bulgaria: aid to Jews during World War II, 7817* 
[16AP] 

California: moratorium on offshore oil leasing, 
8032* [17AP] 

Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 
7057* [9AP] 

Children: impact of Challenger (space shuttle) disas- 
ter, 7057* [9AP] 

Conference on Security and Cooperation in 
Europe: anniversary, 22190* [15AU] 

Congressional Human Rights Foundation: essay 
contest, 12295* [3JN] 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
13763 [16JN] 

Controlled Substances Act: strengthen criminal 
penalties for base forms of cocaine and youth 
related offenses (H.R. 5247), 17719* [24JY] 

Controlled Substances Import and Export Act: 
strengthen criminal penalties for base forms of 
cocaine and youth related offenses (H.R. 5247), 
17719* [24JY] 

Dale City, CA: anniversary, 25717* [23SE] 

Ecology: Committee for Green Foothills, tribute to 
Lennie Roberts, 1024* [29JA] 

Education: Ida J. Campbell, tribute, 30145* [90C] 

European Parliament: meetings relative to narcotics 
trafficing, 17523* [23JY] 

Families: youth suicide, 16320* [17JY] 

Federal retirees: cost of living adjustments (H.R. 
4060), 2048* [6FE] 

France: visa restrictions on U.S. tourists, 23366 
[16SE] 

George Washington University: commencement ad- 
dress by Lawrence S. Eagleburger, 12279* [3JN] 

Government spending: reduce, 2048* [6FE] 

Gypsies: Nazi persecution, 23846*, 23854* [17SE] 

Handicapped: facilities, 15651* [25JN] 

Health: diabetes, 14219* [17JN] 

Indian youth suicide, 9006* [29AP] 

Helsinki Final Act: anniversary, 22190* [15AU] 

observance by Soviet Union, 30454* [10OC] 

Holocaust: Days of Remembrance, 8089* [18AP] 

Holocaust Publications: Alexander Donat, tribute, 
28202* [20C] 

House: Soviet Union exhibit in Cannon House 
Office Building rotunda, 4007* [6MR] 

Human rights: daily life in the U.S. and Soviet 
Union, 8972* [29AP] 



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Indians: youth suicide, 9006* [29AP] 

Iran: persecution of Bahai religion, 16280* [26JN] 

Israel: full diplomatic recognition by the Vatican, 

8086* [18AP] 
Jews: aid from Bulgaria during World War II, 

7817* [16AP] 
donation of Taube-Baron collection to Stan- 
ford University, 7054* [9AP] 

efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 7428* 

[HAP], 10969' [15MY], 11823* [21MY], 11986', 
11995' [22MY], 12610' [5JN], 24713' [18SE] 

World War II holocaust, 28202' [20C] 

Libya: U.S. military response to terrorist acts, 7525 

[15AP] 
Martin Luther King, Jr., national holiday: observ- 
ance, 2053' [6FE] 
Narcotics: national abuse and trafficking prevention 
policy, 23002' [19SE] 

trafficking, 17523' [23JY] 

NASA: Challenger (space shuttle) disaster, 7057* 

[9AP] 
Nobel Prize: Elie Wiesel, tribute, 30713 [140C] 
Northern Ireland and Ireland Assistance Act: enact, 

3615 [5MR] 
NSA: Donald R. Fortier, tribute, 26362 [25SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 23002' [19SE] 
Owens, Jesse: commend people of Berlin for com- 
memoration of Olympic games victories (H. Con. 
Res. 325), 13761 [16JN] 
Peace, Stability, and Reconciliation in Ireland and 
Northern Ireland Act: enact (H.R. 4329), 4229 
[11MR] 
Petroleum: moratorium on California offshore oil 

leasing, 8032' [17AP] 
Ratushinskaya, Irina: efforts to emigrate from 

Soviet Union, 24713' [18SE] 
Reagan, President: policy toward SALT II Treaty, 

14678' [25JN] 
Religion: persecution of Bahai in Iran, 16280' 

[26JN] 
Reykjavik, Iceland: US/Soviet Union summit, 

27458 [IOC] 
Sakharov, Andrei: anniversary of exile in Soviet 
Union, 34' [21 J A] 

efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 

11823' [21MY], 11986', 11995' [22MY] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 
(H. Con. Res. 350), 14678' [25JN] 

Reagan administration policy, 14678' [25JN] 

San Francisco, CA: Lennie Roberts, tribute, 1024' 
[29JA] 

Parents of Murdered Children, tribute, 7596' 

[15AP] 
San Francisco Bay, CA, Area Juvenile Diabetes 

Foundation: tribute, 14219' [17JN] 
San Mateo County, CA: Bud Bostwick, tribute, 
28682' [30C] 

Douglas De Young, tribute, 5985' [21 MR] 

Hank Sciaroni, tribute, 5993' [21MR] 

Suicide Prevention and Crisis Center, tribute, 

16320' [17JY] 
Santa Fe, NM: European Parliament conference, 

22190' [15AU] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: emigration from Soviet 

Union, 7428' [HAP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly and Avital: award Congres- 
sional Gold Medals (H.R. 4186), 10969' [15MY] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 14230 [20JN] 
Soviet Union: anniversary of exile of Andrei Sak- 
harov, 34' [21JA] 

annual summit meetings with U.S., 27320 

[30SE] 

atomic power plant accident, 9186 [1MY], 

10121 [8MY] 

cultural exchanges, 4007' [6MR] 

efforts of Andrei Sakharov and Yelena 

Bonner to emigrate, 11823' [21MY] 

efforts of Jews to emigrate, 7428' [HAP], 

10969' [15MY], 11823' [21MY], 11986', 11995' 
[22MY], 24713' [18SE] 

free emigration of Jews, 12610' [5JN] 

observance of Helsinki Final Act, 30454* 

[10OC] 



Sports: James Balukevich tribute, 32675' [160C] 
Stanford University: recipient of Taube-Baron col- 
lection, 7054' [9AP] 
Taube-Baron collection: donation to Stanford Uni- 
versity, 7054' [9AP] 
U.N.: expenses incurred by foreign diplomats, 9103 

[30AP] 
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum: Raoul Wallen- 
berg, tribute, 32691' [160C] 
Youth Drug Protection Act: enact (H.R. 5247), 

17719* [24JY], 23002' [19SE] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Act: enact, 9006' [29AP] 

enact (H.R. 4650), 16320' [17JY] 

Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
702 [29JA], 2014 [6FE], 3615 [5MR], 3851 
[6MR], 4229 [11MR], 5897 [21MR], 7553 [15AP], 
7889 [17AP], 8061 [18AP], 8885 [29AP], 9103 
[30AP], 9186 [1MY], 10121 [8MY], 11623 
[21MY], 11945 [22MY], 12121 [3JN], 13760, 
13762 [16JN], 14076 [17JN], 14230 [18JN], 15603 
[25JN], 15765 [26JN], 17505 [23JY], 17690 
[24JY], 22141 [15AU], 23366, 23469 [16SE], 
23668 [17SE], 25455 [23SE], 27320 [30SE], 27458, 
27550 [IOC], 28177 [20C], 29832 [80C], 30216 
[I0OC], 30713 [HOC], 32328 [160C] 

Lantos, Annette: tribute, 2229 [18FE] 

Special order: granted, 9464 [5MY], 10521 [13MY], 
10988 [15MY] 

Tribute, 30123 [90C], 33951 [6NO] 
Reports 

27th Meeting Between a Delegation From U.S. 
Congress and a Delegation of European Parlia- 
ment, Santa Fe, NM: by, and 1 other House 
Member, 18823-18824 [1AU] 
Statements 

Economic Assistance to Northern Ireland: Repre- 
sentative O'Neill, 3615 [5MR] 

Evidences of Human Nobility and Brotherhood: 
Sholem Ash, 7818' [16AP] 

International Terrorism: Andrei Sakharov (ex- 
cerpts), 35' [21JA] 

Narcotics Trafficking in South America: Represent- 
ative Gilman, 17523' [23JY] 

Petroleum Moratorium on California Offshore Oil 
Leasing: by, 8032' [17AP] 

Raoul Wallenberg: Donald P. Hodel, Sec. of the 
Interior, 32692 [160C] 

Marion Barry, Jr., 32692 [160C] 

Representative Gilman, 32693 [160C] 

Representative Hoyer, 32693 [160C] 

Representative Lowery, 32693 [160C] 

Richard Krieger, U.S. Holocaust Memorial 

Council, 32694 [160C] 

Senator Pell, 32693 [160C] 

William Wachtmeister, Ambassador of 

Sweden, 32693 [160C] 
Tributes 

Balukevich, James, 32675' [160C] 

Berto, Matt, 12295' [3JN] 

Boman, Michael, 14219* [17JN] 

Bostwick, Bud, 28682* [30C] 

Campbell, Ida J., 30145* [90C] 

Carlson, Elizabeth, 7596* [15AP] 

Carlson, Sven, 7596* [15AP] 

DeYoung, Douglas, 5985* [21MR] 

Donat, Alexander, 28202* [20C] 

Ehertshauser, Maggie L., 14219* [17JN] 

Fortier, Donald R., 26362 [25SE] 

Hannon, Antonia, 12295* [3JN] 

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 2053* [6FE] 

Lazo, John M., 23846* [17SE] 

Parks, Rosa, 2053* [6FE] 

Randall, Shombe, 12295* [3JN] 

Roberts, Lennie, 1024* [29JA] 

Ross, Charlotte, 16320* [17JY] 

Sciaroni, Hank, 5993* [21 MR] 

Wallenberg, Raoul, 32691* [160C] 

Wiesel, Elie, 30713 [HOC] 
LANTZKE, ULF 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 2449 [19FE] 



LAROUCHE, LYNDON H. 

LAOS, PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 

OF see also INDOCHINA 
Bills and resolutions 

MIAs: commemorative stamp (see H. Res. 392) 
Memorials of legislature 

Massachusetts, 3169 [27FE], 3541 [4MR], 3854 

[6MR] 
Minnesota, 3480 [4MR], 3854, 3956 [6MR] 
Pennsylvania, 6638 [8AP], 7005 [9AP] 
Remarks in House 

Perot Commission on Americans Missing in South- 
east Asia: establish (H. Con. Res. 129), 24777 
[19SE] 
Thailand: commend treatment of refugees (H. Res. 
594), 32252 [160C], 32253 [170C] 
Texts of 
H. Res. 594, commending Thai Government for 
humanitarian contribution to refugee community, 
32253 [160C] 
LAPEER, MI 
Remarks in House 

Bower, Joseph H.: tribute, 23030 [USE] 
LAPEER (MI) PRESS 
Articles and editorials 

Keeping Highway Free of Billboards, 11236 
[19MY] 
LaPORTE, TX 
Petitions 

Retention of space station project at Johnson Space 
Center: city council, 22446 [9SE] 
LAPP, CHRIS 
Articles and editorials 

Tuesday Is Chris Lapp Day, and Departure Time 
for Russia, 31221 [HOC] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 31221 [HOC] 
LARA, PATRICIA 
Remarks in Senate 

INS: arrest, 31395 [150C] 
LARA-BRAUD, JORGE 
Articles and editorials 

How Shall We Sing the Lord's Song in a Strange 
Land?, 4375-4377 [11MR] 
LAREDO, TX 
Petitions 

Laredo Job Corps Center: city council, 5830 
[20MR] 
LARIO, JOSEPH 
Articles and editorials 

Joseph Lario, Volunteer Fireman, Ex-Pressman, 
14473 [18JN] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 14473 [18JN] 
LARKIN, RAY 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 15913 [26JN] 
LARKIN, ROBERT 
Articles and editorials 

Bob Larkin— Outstanding Local Official, 13638 
■ [12JN] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 13638 [12JN] 
LaROUCHE, LYNDON H. 
Addresses 

Lyndon H. LaRouche and the Democratic Party: 

Senator Moynihan, 6198 [26MR] 
Lyndon LaRouche and the Democratic Party: Paul 
G. Kirk, Jr., 15301 [24JN] 
Articles and editorials 

How New Yorkers Defeated LaRouche, 7884 

[17AP] 
LaRouche Is Not a Conservative, 7884 [17AP] 
Links Between LaRouche and New York Corrup- 
tion, 7883 [17AP] 
New Threat of Fascism in U.S., 6198 [26MR] 
Political Aids — Sick of Stockman and LaRouche, 

10432 [13MY] 
Polls Lash LaRouche Candidates, 5927 [21 MR] 
What They Got May Not Be What They Wanted, 
5927 [21 MR] 



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1504 

LAROUCHE, LYNDON H. 

Remarks in House 

Democratic Party: candidacies, 15301 [24JN] 
Elections: activities, 28712 [60C] 

supporters nominated in Illinois, 7880-7887 

[17AP] 
National objectives: policies, 7880-7887 ri7APl 
28712 [60C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Democratic National Committee: New York State 

forum, 16049 [26JN] 
Democratic Party: nomination of candidates associ- 
ated with LaRouche, 5925 [21 MR] 
Elections: successes, 10432 [13MY] 
Illinois: nomination of followers to public office 

6198 [26MR] 
Moynihan, Senator: speech on political activities 
9014 [30AP] 
Statements 

Democratic National Committee Forum (sundry) 

16050 [26JN] 
Social and Economic Policies (sundry excerpts) 
7886 [17AP] 
LARRABEE, DON 
Articles and editorials 

Maine's Man in Washington, 15166 [24JN] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 15166 [24JN] 
LARSON, ERIC D. 
Articles and editorials 

Gas Turbines Could Meet Electricity Demand 
25081 [19SE] 
LARSON, HELGA 
Statements 

Daylight Saving Time, 11202 [19MY] 
LAS VEGAS, NM 
Articles and editorials 

Las Vegas Restoration Stimulates Economy, 13176 
[10JN] 
Remarks in House 

La Plaza Vieja, Inc.: tribute, 13176 [10JN] 
LAS VEGAS, NV 
Bills and resolutions 

Public lands: conveyance to Reno/Las Vegas 
Catholic Diocese (see S. 2194) 
Essays: Voice of Democracy 

Jason W. Reed, 5082 [17MR] 
Petitions 

Impeachment of Harry E. Claiborne: citizen, 26953 
[29SE] 
Poems 

"Our Little Town," Thomas J. (Speed) Funari 
3571 [4MR] 
Remarks in House 

Rakkasans: tribute to Airborne Regimental Combat 
Team, 15646 [25JN] 
LAS VEGAS (NV) REVIEW-JOURNAL 
Articles and editorials 

South Africa's Bad but Ethiopia's Worse, 8264 
[22AP] 
LASAROW, WILLIAM J 
Letters 

Bankruptcy judgeships, 9995 [8MY] 
LASATER, MARTIN L. 
Articles and editorials 

Wanted— U.S. Policy for Selling Arms to China, 
7998 [17AP] 
LASCHET, KARL C. 
Remarks in House 
General von Steuben Parade, Chicago, IL: holding 
of annual, 23661 [17SE] 
LASKAUSKAS, J. KESTUTIS 
Articles and editorials 

Lithuanian Melodies Play On, 16000 [26JN] 
Remarks in Senate 

Lithuanian Melody Hour: tribute to Baltimore, 
MD, radio program, 16000 [26JN] 
LASKER, MARY 
Bills and resolutions 

Gold medal: present (see H.R. 4153) 
LASKIN, CAROL R. 
Letters 

Infant formula, 26776 [27SE] 



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Requirements for infant formulas (excerpt) 10334 
[I2MY] 
Statements 

U.S. Export of Untested Drugs, 10378 [13MY] 
LATCH, EDWARD G. 
Prayers 

House of Representatives, 10645 [14MY] 
LATCH, SONANONG (DOONPIPAT) 
Bills and resolutions 

Relief (see H.R. 5204) 
LATHAM, DONALD C. 
Letters 
Joint Tactical Information and Distribution System 
12268 [3JN] 
LATHAM, NY 
Remarks in House 

Division of Military and Naval Affairs: new head- 
quarters building, 33572 [170C] 
Flynn, Lawrence P.: tribute, 33572 [170C] 
LATIMER, LEAH Y. 
Articles and editorials 

Nobel Seen as Milestone of Mason's Growing Stat- 
ure, 32715 [170C] 
LATIN AMERICA 
Addresses 

Aid to the Nicaraguan Resistance: Democratic re- 
sponse to the President, 3999 [6MR] 
American Samoa— Leulumoega Su'esu'e Lutu 

10719-10720 [14MY] 
Drug Agency in Jamaica: Michael Manley, People's 

National Party, 27120 [29SE] 
Fragile Flower of Latin Democracy— Diplomacy, 
Not War, Will Help Nurture It Along: Carlos 
Fuentes, 3495-3497 [4MR] 
Survey of Press Freedom in Latin America: 

Charles A. Perlik, Jr., 6367 [26MR] 
U.S. Assistance to Nicaragua: Alan Garcia, 5268 

[18MR] 
U.S. Policy in Central America— An Alternative to 
War: Representative Alexander, 7640 [16AP] 
Amendments 

Nicaragua: U.S. assistance to Contras (H J Res 
601), 7634 [16AP] 
Articles and editorials 

American Farmers . . . First, 10571 [14MY] 
Argentine Leader Proposes Moving Capital to 
Patagonia— Alfonsin Also Urges Constitutional 
Reforms, 8050 [17AP] 
Big Bay Area Cocaine Ring Tied to Contras 

[18MR] 
Bishops See Slander Campaign, 1653 [4FE] 
Bureaucracy of Death, 16289-16292 [26JN] 
Canal Treaties— Panamanian Dilemma. 

[12MR] 
Case for the Contras, 5301-5303 [18MR] 
Chastising Pinochet, 10225 [8MY] 
Chile Mobilizes Against Pinochet, 15647 [25 JN] 
Chile Revisited, 9358 [1MY] 
Contra Aid— The Stakes, 5268 [18MR] 
Contra Atrocities, or a Covert Propaganda War? 

5814, 5815, 5816 [20MR] 
Cooling on Chile, 8088 [18AP] 
Daniel Ortega at the Cuban Party Congress 

[20MR] 
Debt Crisis, Not Sandinistas, Threatens 

America, 8999 [29AP] 
Defusing the Latin Debt Crisis, 31485 [150C] 
Don't Abandon Nicaragua, 4368 [11MR] 
Ease Up on Debtor Nations, 4361 [1 1MR] 
El Salvador's Courage, 33661 [170C] 
Enough Mexico-Bashing, 12518 [4JN] 
Free Market Theories Become Public Policy in Ec- 
uador, 10709 [14MY] 
Goals Aren't Quotas, 5078 [17MR] 
Guatemala After the Generals, 3010 [26FE] 
Helms Right on This One, 20185 [8AU] 
How Shall We Sing the Lord's Song in a Strange 

Land?, 4375-4377 [11MR] 
Intervention in Latin America— Cuba Si, Yanqui 

No?, 33642-33644 [170C] 
Israel and the Contras, 5817 [20MR] 
It's Like Inviting Pinochet to July 4, 13617 [12JN] 



5267 



4606 



5817 



Latin 



Keep the Pressure on Pinochet, 11249 [19MY] 
Latin America's Democracies Need Us 7701 
[16AP] 

Latin Mood Shifts Against Washington 5792 

[20MR] B 

Latin Nations Join U.S. in Effort To Combat 

Drugs, 18022 [29JY] 

Latins Urge U.S. To Halt Contra Aid, 2128 [18FE] 

Liberals Triumph in Columbia Vote, 8229 [21 API 

Mexican Chiefs Election Fraudulent, Helms Says 

14715 [19JN] y 

Michael Deaver's Guatemalan Connection 12028 

[22MY] 
Neutrality Act of 1986 (excerpt), 5823 [20MR1 
Nicaragua, 5794 [20MR] 
Nuclear Cooperation, 2819 [26FE] 
Ortega Calls Cardinal Somozist, 1653 [4FE] 
Philippines and Nicaragua, 3773 [5MR] 
Pinochet's Problem, 5989 [21 MR] 
Preparing a Signal for Chile, 26377 [25SE] 
Reagan, Angered, Denies His Policy Aims at Latin 

War, 10238 [9MY] 
Reagan To Meet 3 "Contra" Leaders, 3381 [3MR] 
Reagan's Rambo Revolutionaries, 3497 [4MR] 
Refugees, Laws and Conscience, 12297 [3JN] 
Rekindling the Magic, 17538 [24JY] 
Repression, Corruption That Can't Be Beaten 4840 

[13MR] 
Sanctions and Chile, 22193 [15AU] 
Sandinista Lobby— Human Rights Groups With a 

Double Standard, 197-199 [21JA] 
Sandinista Regime Charged With Arrests of Oppo- 
sition Leaders, 23257 [12SE] 
Sandinistas Showing True Colors, 10510 [13MY] 
Soviet Support of Narcotics Trafficking (excerpt) 

2476 [20FE] V 

Soviet Union— Support Pledged for Castro (ex- 
cerpt), 3381 [3MR] 
State of Fear, 31227 [140C] 
Strike Force in Dirty War, 18841 [1AU] 
Support the Rebels, 5078 [17MR] 
Teachers, Labor Fighting Repression in Chile 
29122 [60C] 
, U.S. Loses Tropical Forests, 23024 [USE] 
U.S. Policy Toward Chile, 8728 [24AP] 
U.S. Shuns Talks, Says Fired Envoy, 17537 [24JY] 
Violence Surges With Alien Influx, 8221 [21AP] 
Washington's Policy on Nicaragua Moving Closer 

to the Brink, 2023 [6FE] 
When the Military Raided Their House and Ma- 
chine Gunned a Family (excerpts), 5289 [18MR] 
Bills and resolutions 

Inter-American Development Bank: merger of cap- 
ital resources (see S. 2169) 
Book reviews 

"Last Two Years of Salvador Allende," Nathaniel 
Davis: reviewed by Alvin H. Bernstein, 25061- 
25063 [19SE] 
Broadcasts 
Central American peace efforts and administration 
policies toward Nicaragua: Tom Gjelten, Nation- 
al Public Radio, 1660 [4FE] 
Documents 

OAS Charter (excerpt), 6445 [27MR] 
Faclsheets 
Trickle-Up Program To Promote Economic Oppor- 
tunities in Low Income Countries, 1431 [3FE] 
History 

Nicaragua's Political Background, 6426 [27MR] 
U.S. Military Intervention in Nicaragua, 6427 
[27MR] 
Interviews 

U.S. Policy in Nicaragua: Lujis Baez with Vinicio 
Cerezo, President of Guatemala, 26382 [25SE] 
Letters 

Aid to Contras: President Reagan, 4235 [11MR] 

Representative Dan Burton, 5813 [20MR] 

Representative Gonzalez, 5795 [20MR] 

Representative Skelton, 4555 [12MR] 

several Members of Congress, 5885 [21 MR] 

Effects of Brazilian imports on U.S. footwear indus- 
try: Representative Kostmayer, 12029 [22MY] 



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1505 

LATIN AMERICA 






Nicaraguan support of PLO: Daniel Ortega, 531 

[23JA] 
Opposition to participation of the vessel Esmeralda 
in the Statue of Liberty celebration: Senator Ken- 
nedy, et al., 13618 [12JN] 
Participation of Esmeralda in Statue of Liberty 

celebration, 15200 [24JN] 
U.S. commitment to Third World development: 

John A. McVickar, 20756 [11AU] 
U.S. policy toward Chile, 8728 [24AP] 

sundry, 21265, 21266, 21267, 21268 [13AU] 

Lists 

Bipartisan delegation to Latin America, 7545 

[15AP] 
Names of witnesses giving testimony in the case of 
Rodrigo de Negri Rojas, 22197 [15AU] 
Messages 

Assistance to Democratic Resistance Forces in Nic- 
araguan: President Reagan, 5561 [19MR] 
Papers 

International Development Program: Eduardo D. 

Aydos, 33889-33893 [6NO] 
Rollback Revisited — Reagan Doctrine for Insurgent 
Wars?: Robert H. Johnson, 6582-6586 [27MR] 
Petitions 

Extend humanitarian aid to Central America: Uni- 
versity of New Mexico, 5079 [17MR] 
Foreign intervention in South America: Enrique 

J. A. Candioti, 23016 [USE] 
U.S. Policy in Central America: Chamber of Depu- 
ties of the National Congress of Argentina, 26382 
[25SE] 
Poems 

"United States," Ruben Dario, 3080 [27FE] 
Press releases 

U.S. cooperatives advance human rights in Chile: 
U.S. Overseas Cooperative Development Com- 
mittee, 20192 [8AU] 
Proposals 

Way out of the debt crisis — outline of an interna- 
tional development program: Eduardo D. Aydos, 
9926-9931 [7MY] 
Questions and answers 

International Coffee Agreement, 22171 [15AU] 
Remarks in House 

Argentina: proposed move of capital, 8050 [17AP] 
Bolivia: narcotic traffic and U.S. economic assist- 
ance, 13648 [12JN] 

raids on cocaine producers, 22209 [15AU] 

U.S. Armed Forces assistance to combat 

drug trafficking, 17163 [21JY], 18841 [1AU] 
Brazil: effects of imports on U.S. footwear industry, 

12026, 12029 [22MY] 
Central America: civil liberties violations, 5079 

[17MR] 
Chile: human rights, 10225 [8MY], 20191 [8AU], 

26377 [25SE] 
make ineligible for preferential tariff treat- 
ment under Generalized System of Preferences 
until human rights conditions improve (H.R. 
5375), 20200 [8AU] 

protection for witnesses in murder trial of 

Rodrigo de Negri Rojas, 22197 [15AU] 

tribute to the Vicariate of Solidarity, 3259 

[27FE] 

U.S. policy, 8087 [18AP], 8728 [24AP], 9358 

[1MY], 11249 [19MY], 15647 [25JN], 16978 
[17JY], 20185 [8AU], 25061 [19SE] 

U.S. support for democracy and human 

rights, 5989 [21 MR] 
Colombia: human rights violations, 2019 [6FE] 
Democracy: developing countries, 11953 [22MY] 

expansion, 7545 [15AP], 8573 [23 AP] 

Economic assistance: Ecuador, 10982 [15MY] 

U.S. policy, 23366 [16SE] 

Ecuador: U.S. policy, 10708 [14MY] 
El Salvador: earthquake disaster relief, 31238 
[140C] 

human rights, 10707 [14MY] 

trial of sanctuary movement activists, 12296 

[3JN] 

U.S. policy, 33661 [170C] 

Esmeralda (vessel): opposition to participation in 
Statue of Liberty celebration (S.J. Res. 361), 
15199-15204 [24JN] 

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Foreign relations: U.S. policy, 2009 [6FE], 2285 
[19FE], 3076-3080 [27FE], 3282-3287 [28FE], 
3379-3385 [3MR], 3474-3477 [4MR], 4109 
[10MR], 5055, 5056 [17MR], 11942 [22MY], 
14712 [19JN], 15459 [25JN], 17043-17049 [21JY], 
33642 [HOC] 
Guatemala: U.S. policy, 3010 [26FE], 16289 [26JN] 
IMF: loan policies, 11974 [22MY] 
Immigration: reform, 8221 [21AP] 

U.S. policy, 15185 [24JN] 

Inter-American Drug Control Commission: cre- 
ation, 18022 [29JY] 
International Coffee Agreement: extend U.S. par- 
ticipation, 22171 [15AU] 
Latin American Strategic Studies Institute: tribute, 

5849 [20MR] 
Mexico: U.S. policy, 4594 [12MR], 10968, 10982 

[15MY], 22158 [15AU] 
Nicaragua: PLO activities, 531 [23JA] 

require to submit a report on the national 

emergency (H.R. 4052), 2258 [19FE] 

Saudi Arabian assistance to Contras, 30161 

[10OC] 

U.S. assistance to Contras, 3378 [3MR], 3447, 

3448, 3451, 3474-3477 [4MR], 36 V6, 3620, 3622 
[5MR], 3811 [6MR], 4110, 4115-4119 [10MR], 
4198, 4235, 4248, 4260-4265 [11MR], 4511, 4554, 
4555, 4568-4575 [12MR], 4682, 4689-4700 
[13MR], 5049, 5056, 5060-5074 [17MR], 5196, 
5197, 5198, 5201, 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205, 5267, 
5268, 5269, 5270, 5271-5274, 5297-5305 [18MR], 
5544, 5547-5560 [19MR], 5789-5795, 5812-5824 
[20MR], 5878, 5885 [21 MR], 6035-6038, 6043 
[25MR], 7092, 7096, 7100-7104, 7106-7117 
[10AP], 7527, 7530 [15AP], 7659, 7668-7676, 7687 
[16AP], 7834 [17AP], 8159 [21AP], 8330 [22AP], 
9187 [1MY], 10510 [13MY], 13900 [17JN], 15183 
[24JN], 15459, 15460, 15461, 15462, 15463, 15520, 
15587 [25JN], 15732 [26JN], 17784 [28JY], 21732 
[14AU], 22045 [15AU], 25383 [23SE], 25880 
[24SE], 26196, 26198, 26199 [25SE], 26409, 26410, 
26422 [26SE], 29822, 29823 [80C] 

U.S. assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601), 

7611-7656, 7812 [16AP] 

U.S. policy, 995 [29JA], 1660 [4FE], 2023 

[6FE], 3009 [26FE], 3446 [4MR], 3773 [5MR], 
3999, 4007 [6MR], 4235, 4248, 4368, 4377 
[UMR], 5078 [17MR], 5879, 5885 [21MR], 23257 
[12SE] 
Panama: U.S. policy, 4606 [12MR] 
Radio Marti: anniversary, 11481 [20MY] 
Reagan, President: require to submit a report on the 
Nicaraguan national emergency (H.R. 4052), 532 
[23JA], 3590 [5MR] 
Soviet Union: policy, 5288-5294 [18MR] 
World Bank: loan policies, 11974 [22MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Agriculture: farm exports, 13548 [12JN] 

Arms control: pact between Argentina and Brazil, 

2818 [26FE] 
Chile: U.S. policy, 21264 [13AU] 

violations of civil liberties, 9372 [5MY] 

Colombia: commend Government for efforts to 

combat narcotic traffic, 3392 [3MR] 
Debt crisis, 31485 [150C] 

Developing countries: international development 
program for solution to debt crisis of Third 
World nations, 33888 [6NO] 
Economic conditions: debt crisis, 9925 [7MY] 
Esmeralda (vessel): opposition to participation in 
Statue of Liberty celebration (S.J. Res. 361), 
13614-13618 [12JN], 13686 [13JN] 
Foreign relations: U.S. policy, 3494 [4MR], 7700 

[16AP], 17536 [24JY] 
Freedom of the press: restriction of journalism, 

6367 [26MR] 
Mexico: economic crisis, 13291 [11JN] 

portrayal of drug traffickers as heroes, 18425 

[31JY] 

preserve integrity of electoral process (S. 

Con. Res. 158), 19756 [7AU] 

U.S. policy, 14540-14541 [19JN] 

Narcotics: commend Colombian Government for 
efforts to combat traffic, 12369 [4JN] 



eliminate sugar quotas for countries involved 

in drug trafficking, 26722-26727 [27SE] 

U.S. -Bolivian antidrug operation, 16537 

[16JY], 17870 [29JY] 
Nicaragua: U.S. assistance to Contras, 21914 

[15AU] 
Pan American Health Organization: exempt from 
deferral of U.S. contributions, 27805-27807 [20C] 
Panama: anniversary of Omar Torrijos' death, 

18103 [30JY] 
Pilliod, Charles J., Jr.: tribute, 33902 [6NO] 
South America: conference on control of narcotic 

traffic, 3485 [4MR] 
World Bank: agricultural loans to Argentina, 10570 
[14MY] 
Reports 

Central American Trip — Costa Rica, Nicaragua, 
and El Salvador: Linda Westrom, 6796-6798 
[SAP] 
Colombia at Crossroads as Country Poised To 
Elect New President: Council on Hemispheric 
Affairs, 12006 [22MY] 
Colombia— Abuses Widespread as Nation Slides 
Toward Civil War: Louise Siblering, 2019 [6FE] 
Foundation for International Community Assist- 
ance—Bolivia Trip: Richard A. Lundy, 12283 
[3JN] 
Human Rights in El Salvador: delegation of reli- 
gious leaders from San Francisco, CA, 10707 
[14MY] 
Political and Economic Development in Brazil: Bi- 
partisan Congressional Delegation, 7545-7552 
[15AP] 
Standoff in U.S. -Bolivia Cocaine War: Council on 
Hemispheric Affairs, 13648 [12JN] 
Reports filed 

Designate National Year of the Americas: Commit- 
tee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 350), 12772 [5JN] 
Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory, 
With Protocol: Committee on Foreign Relations 
(Ex. Rept. 99-21), 23898 [18SE] 
Statements 

Agricultural Loans to Argentina: World Bank, 

10570 [14MY] 
Aid to Contras: Alvaro Baldizon, 4378 [11MR] 

Belisario Betancur, 4555 [12MR] 

Daniel Ortega, 5817 [20MR] 

sundry excerpts, 5270 [18MR] 

Tomas Borge (excerpt), 5813 [20MR] 

Another Chance for Mexico To Make Good on Its 

Drug Promises: Senator Hawkins, 7694 [16AP] 

Battle for Freedom: Thomas Borge, 15481 [25JN] 

Bolivia— A Crisis of Will: Senator Hawkins, 7258 

[HAP] 
Communist Expansion: Georgie A. Geyer, 4693 
[13MR] 

John F. Kennedy (excerpts), 5820 [20MR] 

Ecuador: Dept. of the Treasury, 10709 [14MY] 
How Slow Spin the Wheels of Mexican Justice: 

Senator Hawkins, 7375 [HAP] 
Mexican Drug Trafficking— A Serious Problem of 
Crisis Proportion: Senator Hawkins, 11263 
[20MY] 
Mexico Is Frontier Between U.S. and Latin Amer- 
ica, 15459 [25JN] 
Mexico — A Sorry Tale of Drugs, Graft, and Cor- 
ruption: Senator Hawkins, 10764 [15MY] 
OAS Action Plan: Senator Hawkins, 9783 [7MY] 
OAS Specialized Conference on Drug Trafficking: 

Senator Hawkins, 9571 [6MY] 
Torture That Took Place on the Chilean Naval 
Training Ship Esmeralda in 1973, 13615 [12JN], 
13686 [13JN] 
U.S. Policy in Central America: Walter Lippman, 

20825 [12AU] 
What PAHO Offers to U.S., 27806 [20C] 
Texts of 
S.J. Res. 350, National Year of the Americas, 13153 

[10JN] 
S.J. Res. 361, opposition to participation of the 
vessel Esmeralda in Statue of Liberty celebration, 
13615 [12JN], 13687 [13JN], 15199 [24JN] 









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LATIN AMERICAN STRATEGIC STUDIES INSTITUTE 



LATIN AMERICAN STRATEGIC STUDIES IN- 
STITUTE 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 5849 [20MR] 
LATIN MANUFACTURERS 
Letters 

Funds for certain SBA pilot programs: Lou Ar- 
ranga and Stephen Denlinger, 15430 [25JN] 
LATINSKY, IOSEF AND OLGA 
Remarks in Senate 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 6144 [25MR] 
LATSHA, ERNEST E 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 18827 [1AU] 
LATTA, DELBERT L. (a Representative from Ohio) 
Amendments offered by, to 

Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10920 [15MY] 
Housing Act: enact (H.R. 1), 10533-10536 [13MY] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconcilia- 
tion Act, 26359 [25SE] 

S. Con. Res. 120, setting forth congressional 

budget for fiscal 1987-89, 11484 [21MY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 

310), 9147 [30AP] 
American Armored Force: monument in Arlington, 

VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 19461 [6AU] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 11625 [21MY] 
Business: provide for uniform product liability law 

(see H.R. 2568), 12364 [4JN] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
10523 [13MY] 
Cleveland, OH: VA to establish a national cemetery 

in or near (see H.R. 4345), 8411 [22AP] 
Consumers: promote interest and ensure free flow 
of products in interstate commerce (see H.R. 
4766), 10990 [15MY] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 
standards for gas and electric appliances (see 
H.R. 5465), 22145 [15AU] 
Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5497), 22737 [10SE] 
Federal aid programs: provide States incentive to 
encourage health care professional liability 
reform (see H.R. 3865), 12982 [9JN] 
Federal Building at Spring and High Streets, Co- 
lumbus, OH: designate as John W. Bricker Build- 
ing (see H.R. 4555), 7125 [10AP] 
Government: contracts with private sector for pro- 
curement of property and services (see H.R. 
3357), 18908 [4AU] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14078 [17JN] 
Lasker, Mary: special gold medal (see H.R. 4153), 

23245 [12SE] 
LSC: terminate (see H.R. 4309), 3648 [5MR] 
Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 345), 704 [29JA] 
Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 28179 [20C] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 21247 [13AU] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 3650 [5MR] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481), 2017 [6FE] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 



National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 27426 [30SE] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 4578 [12MR] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 19745 [7AU] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 22367 [9SE] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 16505 [15JY] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 28179 [20C] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

27117 [29SE] 

President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 

on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 21736 

[14AU] 

Product liability: provide law which addresses areas 

of critical concern (see H.R. 4910), 11948 [22MY] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

8888 [29AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

8888 [29AP] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

7690 [16AP] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

10), 28179 [20C] 
Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633), 17506 [23JY] 

safeguard integrity of trust funds (see H.R. 

4067), 14742 [19JN] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 

increase (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 
Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 

areas, 12365 [4JN] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 
Explanations 

Conference Agreement on S. Con. Res. 120, setting 
forth congressional budget for fiscal 1987-89, 
15757-15759 [26JN] 
Lists 

Dept. of Defense programs facing reduction or ter- 
mination, 10688 [14MY] 
Remarks by. on 

Agriculture, rural development, and related agen- 
cies: making appropriations (H.R. 5177), 17601 
[24JY] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 751), 30162 

[10OC] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: reaffirmation of sequestration authority (H.J. 
Res. 672), 16706 [16JY] 
Budget: deficit, 16317 [14JY] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority (H.J. 

Res. 672), 16706 [16JY] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), conference report, concur 
with Senate amendments, 15757, 15759 [26JN] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 
Con. Res. 337), 10659, 10660, 10661, 10686, 10690 
[14MY], 10923 [15MY] 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 

10661 [14MY], 29341 [70C] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 18606, 18609 [1AU], 
19722, 19723 [7AU] 

funding, 10686 [14MY] 

Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 17604, 17606 
[24JY] 
Federal Employees Retirement System Act: enact 
(H.R. 2672), conference report, 11912 [22MY] 



Futures Trading Act: enact (H.R. 4613), conference 

report, 31498 [150C] 
Gifted and Talented Children and Youth Education 

Act: enact (H.R. 3263), 19645 [7AU] 
Government spending: reduce, 10659, 10661, 10690 

[14MY], 10923 [15MY], 16317 [14JY] 
House: legislative program, 29338 [70C] 
Jersey City, NJ: redesignate New York Internation- 
al and Bulk Mail Center as the New Jersey Inter- 
national and Bulk Mail Center (H.R. 2672), con- 
ference report, 11912 [22MY] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 
5300), 25885, 25887, 25888-25890, 25893, 25895 
[24SE] 

enact (H.R. 5300), conference report, 32955, 

32971 [170C] 

enact (H.R. 5300), conference report — debate 

procedure, 28088 [20C] 
Public debt: statutory limit (H.R. 5395), 21694 

[14AU] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), technical cor- 
rections (H. Con. Res. 395), Senate amendments, 
32983 [170C] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
10659, 10661, 10686 [14MY], 15757, 15765 
[26JN], 16317 [14JY], 16706 [16JY], 17604 [24JY], 
18606 [1AU], 19645, 19722 [7AU], 21694 [14AU], 
25885, 25895 [24SE], 30162 [10OC], 31498 
[150C], 32955, 32971, 32983 [170C] 
Health concerns, 1748 [5FE] 
Leave of absence: granted, 1489 [4FE] 
Special order: granted, 28176 [20C] 
Tribute, 4641 [13MR] 
Statements 

Response to Washington (DC) Post Story on Air 
Traffic Controllers: FAA, 17605 [24JY] 
Tables 
Dept. of Defense fiscal year 1987 program reduc- 
tions, 10688 [14MY] 
Tributes 
Bedell, Representative, 19736* [7AU] 
Evans, Representative Cooper, 19736* [7AU] 
Holt, Representative, 30854* [140C] 
Kindness, Representative, 29338 [70C] 
Loeffler, Representative, 29365* [70C] 
LATTING, CHUCK 
Articles and editorials 

Nancy Reagan, Ex-Bronco, on Drug Warpath, 
32678 [160C] 
Remarks in House 
Contra Costa County, CA: tribute to "Pros for 
Kids" camp, 32677 [160C] 
LATVIA see also Baltic States 
Articles and editorials 

Baltic Freedom Day, 14832 [20JN] 
Elagu Vaba Eesti, 3167 [27FE] 
Holocaust Hasn't Ended, 14422 [18JN] 
Bills and resolutions 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 258, 

271; H.J. Res. 500) 
Freedom and independence: sense of Congress (see 
H.J. Res. 669) 
Letters 

American Latvian Association Annual Congress: 
Representative Kindness, 9368 [1MY] 
Press releases 

American Latvian Association To Celebrate 35th 
Anniversary in Washington, DC, May 2-4, 1986, 
9004 [29AP] 
Remarks in House 
American Latvian Association: anniversary, 9003 

[29AP] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (H.J. Res. 500), 
13764 [16JN] 

designate (S.J. Res. 271), 10964 [15MY] 

Independence: anniversary, 3256 [27FE] 
Joint Baltic American National Committee: anni- 
versary, 9139 [30AP] 
NBC: airing of program Highway to Heaven, 4582 
[12MR] 



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meeting, 8267 



Remarks in Senate 

American Latvian Association 
[22AP] 

Armstrong, Senator: Baltic Freedom Award recipi- 
ent, 9083 [30AP] 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (S.J. Res. 271), 1921 
[6FE], 3166 [27FE], 13729 [13JN] 

observance, 13378 [11JN], 14422 [18JN], 

14832 [20JN], 16009 [26JN] 

Baltic States: Soviet annexation, 14970 [23JN] 

U.S. policy of nonrecognition, 23582 [16SE] 

Carney, Representative: Baltic Freedom Award re- 
cipient, 9083 [30AP] 

Commission on Security and Cooperation in 
Europe (Staff): Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 
9083 [30AP] 

Independence: anniversary, 8964 [29AP] 

Joint Baltic National Committee: anniversary, 10115 
[8MY] 

Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 



Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 
Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 



Kojelis, Linas: 
9083 130AP] 
Palmer, Mark: 
9083 [30AP] 
Riegle, Senator 
9083 [30AP] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 500, Baltic Freedom Day, 13764 [16JN] 
S.J. Res. 271, Baltic Freedom Day, 1921 [6FE], 
3167 [27FE], 10964 [15MY] 
LATVIAN AMERICANS 
Remarks in House 

American Latvian Association: annual Congress, 
8843 [28AP] 
Remarks in Senate 

American Latvian Association: tribute, 8964 [29AP] 
LAU, RICARDO (EL CHINO) 
Remarks in House 

Central America: political activities, 5198 [18MR] 
LAUDER, RONALD S. 
Remarks in Senate 

Dept. of State: nomination confirmed, 7318 [11AP1 
Tribute, 2619 [24FE] 
Reports 

Political Contributions of Executive Nominee, 7185 
[10AP] 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Foreign Relations, 7185 
[10AP] 
LAUDERDALE LAKES, FL 
Petitions 

Revenue sharing program: city council, 3169 
[27FE] 
LAUER, MECHTILDE 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1023 [29JA] 
LAUN, LOUIS F. 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Foreign Relations 
23898 [18SE] 
LAUREL, MD 
Remarks in House 

Frederick, Fred: tribute, 11249 [19MY] 
Lions Auto Show: tribute, 23282 [12SE] 
LAURICELLA, MARY ANN 
Articles and editorials 

Western New Yorker of the Year— Rev. James M. 
Demske, S.J., 1445 [4FE] 
LAURO, LINDY 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1021 [29JA] 
LAUSCHE, FRANK J. (a former Senator from Ohio) 
Articles and editorials 

Reagan Salutes Lausche Book, Ameriska Domovina 
(publication), 5095 [17MR] 
Books 

"Ohio's Lincoln— Frank J. Lausche," Edward 
Gobetz, 3262 [27FE], 5095 [17MR] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Tribute, 3262 [27FE], 5095 [17MR] 
LAUTENBERG, FRANK R. (a Senator from New 

Jersey) 
Addresses 

Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech: Martin Luther 
King, Jr. (excerpt), 1909* [6FE] 



Agenda 

Situation in the Middle East (sundry), 7024*-7027* 
[9AP] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Acid Deposition Control Act: enact (S. 283), 5175 

[18MR] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 28010 
[20C], 28528-28529 [30C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12786 [5JN] 
Budget: setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987- 
89 (S. Con. Res. 120), 8540, 8541 [23 AP], 9038, 
9078 [30AP] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), 959 [29JA] 

1189, 1240, 1246 [30JA] 
Courts: provide for additional bankruptcy judges 

(S. 1923), 10094 [8MY] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 18994 [4AU], 19263, 19271 [5AU], 19801 
19867 [7AU] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5313), 28012 [20C] 
Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related 
agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 5233), 
22590 [10SE] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (S. 2792), 29039 [60C] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: enact (S. 2405), 17129 
[21JY], 19861-19865 [7AU], 25513-25517 [23SE] 
FEMA: prohibit implementation of certain regula- 
tions (H.R. 5488), 28631-28635 [30C] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(S. 1965), 12248 [3JN] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Transfer Act: 

enact (S. 1017), 6965, 7035 [9AP] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (S. 

2706), 25041 [19SE] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15333, 15445 [25JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26542 [26SE] 
Petroleum: improve oilspill compensation laws and 

establish liability (S. 2799), 22461 [9SE] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: facilitate abil- 
ity of businesses and associations to purchase li- 
ability insurance on a group basis (S. 2129) 
16783, 16860 [17JY] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668), 

18782 [1AU] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: award congressional gold 

medal (S. 2308), 10100 [8MY] 
Scharansky, Avital: award congressional gold 

medal (S. 2308), 10100 [8MY] 
Sec. of the Army: authorize construction to im- 
prove various harbors and rivers in the U.S. (S 
1567), 3198 [27FE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 12783 [5JN] 

13376 [11JN], 14503, 14621 [19JN] 
Water Resources Development Act: enact (S 
1567), 5034 [14MR] 
Analyses 

Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act (S. 

2559), 13854* [16JN] 
Federal Criminal Penalties Inflation Adjustment 
Act (S. 2558), 13853* [16JN] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 

28504 [30C] 
H.R. 2005, Social Security Minor and Tech- 
nical Changes Act, 2074 [7FE] 

H.R. 5175, making appropriations for the 

District of Columbia, 23570 [16SE] 

H.R. 5205, making appropriations for Dept. 

of Transportation and related agencies, 23716 
[17SE] 

H.R. 5313, making appropriations for Dept. 

of HUD and independent agencies, 27984 [20C] 
Articles and editorials 

Affirmative Action Effort on Amtrak Corridor 
Praised as Effective, Robert Pear, New York 
(NY) Times, 10091* [8MY] 
Air Force v. the Yarmulke, Zick Rubin, New York 
(NY) Times, 7211* [10AP] 



LAUTENBERG, FRANK R. 

American Youth Need a Call to Service, Wayne 

Meisel, Youth Policy (magazine), 9339* [1MY] 

Charleston Edgy About Cuts in Aid, Bill Peterson, 

Washington (DC) Post, 1915* [6FE] 
Civil Rights Commission Withdraws Its Report on 
Minority Contracts— Chairman "Upset" With 
White House Support of Set-Aside Programs, 
Howard Kurtz, Washington (DC) Post, 10090* 
[8MY] 
Concern Is on Rise Over Wind Shear, Dennis 
Hevesi, New York (NY) Times, 20427* [9AU] 
Election-Year Handouts, 25535 [23SE] 
EPA Cutting 1,500 Jobs in Fund Loss, Gordon 
Bishop, Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger, 6528 [27MR] 
Faulty Protection— Current Insolvency Laws Insuf- 
ficient and in Need of Reform, Albert B. Lewis, 
Business Insurance (publication), 16787-16789 
[17JY] 
For a Tax Amnesty To Cut the Deficit, Michael S. 
Dukakis, Governor of Massachusetts, New York 
(NY) Times, 2884* [26FE] 
Give Superfund a Quick Fix, Philadelphia (PA) In- 
quirer, 6527 [27MR] 
Japanese Flavor for Campbell Soup, Martha M. 
Hamilton, Washington (DC) Post, 16640* [16JY] 
Kachajian's Rebellion, Lucien Rhodes, Inc. (maga- 
zine), 26186*-26188* [25SE] 
Keep the Pressure on Congress for a New Super- 
fund Bill, by, New York (NY) Times, 6527 
[27MR] 
Last Hurdle for Superfund, Camden (NJ) Courier- 
Post, 32337 [160C] 
Last Push for Superfund, Central New Jersey 

Home News (publication), 32337 [160C] 
Leave Well Enough Alone, Newark (NJ) Star- 
Ledger, 25535 [23SE] 
Listen to Bill Bradley, George F. Will, 12806* 

[5JN] 
Loss of Urban Development Action Grants Would 
Cost NJ Cities Millions, David R. Palombi, 1916* 
[6FE] 
New Archbishop— Theodore McCarrick, Newark 

(NJ) Star-Ledger, 17772* [25JY] 
Next Steps in Rail Deregulation, New York (NY) 

Times, 1191 [30JA] 
1981 Strike Still a Drag on Air Traffic Monitors, 
Douglas B. Feaver, Washington (DC) Post, 
20424* [9AU] 
$150 Million Superfund Bill Favored, Elizabeth 

Auster, 6529 [27MR] 
Progress of the Tax Bill Enhances Reputation of 
Senator Bill Bradley, Jeffrey H. Birnbaum, Wall 
Street Journal, 12805* [5JN] 
Radonproof Homes To Be Built in Jersey, Gordon 

Bishop (sundry), 11783* [21 MY] 
Reagan Backs Minority Set-Asides— Rights Panel 
Wants Business Aid Ended, David Hoffman, 
Washington (DC) Post, 10090* [8MY] 
Rebuilding FAA— High Cost, High Risk, Douglas 
B. Feaver, Washington (DC) Post, 20426*- 
20427* [9AU] 
Regulators Warn Insurers About Solvency, Linda 
J. Collins, Business Insurance (publication), 16786 
[17JY] 
Renew Superfund, Bridgeton (NJ) News, 32337 

[160C] 
Rights Staff Told To Rework Minority Business 
Report, Robert Pear, New York (NY) Times 
10091* [8MY] 
Saving Superfund, Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger, 6526 

[27MR] 
Senate Sends Reagan Stopgap Superfund Bill, 

Robert Cohen, 6529 [27MR] 
Solid Corporate Citizen— James Edward Burke, 
Steven Prokesch, New York (NY) Times, 5043* 
[14MR] 
Superfund Needs Temporary Funding, Woodbury 

(NJ) Gloucester County Times, 6527 [27MR] 
Tax Amnesty Merits Trial, Newark (NJ) Star- 
Ledger, 3736* [5MR] 
Tax Reform (sundry), 10638* [14MY] 



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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



U.S. Inquiry Finds Pattern of Fraud in Housing 

Loans, Philip Shenon, 2867 [26FE] 
Why Upset the Oil Cart? Business Week (maga- 
zine), 7202» [10AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Air traffic controllers: allow rehiring (see S. 2945), 

33492 [170C] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see S. 2067), 1885 
[6FE] 
Dept. of Justice: establish Office for the Investiga- 
tion and Prosecution of Terrorist Offenses 
Against U.S. Citizens (see S. 2640), 16437 [15JY] 
Dynamic Technology International, Inc.: relief (see 
S. 2275), 7007 [9AP] 

relief (S. 2275), court referral (see S. Res. 

378), 7007 [9AP] 
Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act: 

enact (see S. 2559), 13835 [16JN] 
Federal Criminal Penalties Inflation Adjustment 

Act: enact (see S. 2558), 13835 [16JN] 
Federal Tax Amnesty and Improved Tax Compli- 
ance Act: enact (see S. 2100), 2708 [25FE] 
Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund: interim 

funding (see S. 2212), 5665 [20MR] 
Lew Malnak Associates: relief (see S. 2275), 7007 
[9AP] 

relief (S. 2275), court referral (see S. Res. 

378), 7007 [9AP] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 394), 21384 [13AU] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

363), 14178 [17JN] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 322), 7489 [15AP] 
Naturalization: Ellis Island, NY, ceremonies, July 

1986 (see S.J. Res. 334), 8940 [29AP] 
New Jersey: designate Martin Luther King, Jr., 
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Newark 
(see S. 2062), 1885 [6FE] 
OPEC: production controls (see S. Res. 380), 7187 

[10AP] 
Radon Mitigation Clarification Act: enact (see S. 

2577), 14595 [19JN] 
Riverside Precision Machines: relief (see S. 2275), 
7007 [9AP] 

relief (S. 2275), court referral (see S. Res. 

378), 7007 [9AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly and Avital: award congres- 
sional gold medals (see S. 2308), 7489 [15AP] 
Silk yarn: suspension of duty (see S. 2490), 11714 

[21 MY] 
Single Family Mortgage Insurance Fraud Detection 
and Prevention Act: enact (see S. 2112), 2847 
[26FE] 
Small business: set-asides for minority and women- 
owned (see S. Res. 402), 10066 [8MY] 
Sportfishing: licensing fee (see S. Res. 405), 10405 

[13MY] 
Star Design, Inc.: relief (see S. 2275), 7007 [9AP] 

relief (S. 2275), court referral (see S. Res. 

378), 7007 [9AP] 
Superfund: extend authority to collect taxes (see S. 

2211), 5665 [20MR] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see S. 2067, 2075; S. Res. 
333), 1720 [5FE], 1885 [6FE], 2190 [18FE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Adult Literacy Awareness Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 358), 13128 [10JN] 
Afghanistan: welcome resistance alliance (see S.J. 

Res. 365), 14424 [18JN] 
Afghanistan Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 272), 2739 

[25FE] 
American Museum of Immigration: retain at base of 
Statue of Liberty National Monument (see S. 
2942), 33491 [170C] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 408), 32603 [160C] 
America's Living Standard Act: enact (see S. 2810), 

22848 [USE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (see S. 2498), 11714 
[21 MY] 



Anti-Terrorism Act: enact (see S. 2429), 10066 

[8MY] 
Armed Forces: wearing of religious apparel (see S. 

2269), 6651 [8AP] 
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act: enact 

(see S. 2083), 2530 [20FE] 
Asbestos Information Clearinghouse Act: enact (see 

S. 2720), 19240 [5AU] 
Aviation Safety Commission Act: enact (see S. 

2417), 12781 [5JN] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 271), 

1886 [6FE] 
Bell, Stephen E.: commendation (see S. Res. 367), 

5159 [18MR] 
Bishop, Bernice P.: honor (see S. Res. 495), 29550 

[80C] 
Black Revolutionary War Patriots Foundation: es- 
tablish memorial (see S.J. Res. 143), 8816 [28AP] 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield: tax exemption (see S. 

Res. 419), 12481 [4JN] 
Bonner, Yelena: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see S. 2496), 18126 [30JY] 
Cajun Music Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 355), 

13718 [13JN] 
Camping: anniversary of organized (see S. Res. 

406), 13372 [11JN1 
Cancer: employment discrimination (see S. Con. 

Res. 165, 166), 26536 [26SE] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster 

(seeS. Res. 299), 613 [28JA] 
Clean Air Act: amend to better protect against 
interstate transport of pollutants and to control 
acid deposition (see S. 2200), 5158 [18MR] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see S. 2074), 2190 
[18FE] 
Comprehensive Narcotics Control Act: enact (see 

S. 2798), 22449 [9SE] 
Constitution Day: designate (see S. 2303), 9668 

[6MY] 
Construction industry: binding status of prehire 

agreements (see S. 2181), 8698 [24AP] 
Cooperative Extension Service programs: funding 

(see S. Res. 368), 16443 [15JY] 
Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see S. 

Res. 464), 23916 [18SE] 
Crime Victims Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 297), 

5158 [18MR] 

Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust: 

authorizing the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol to be 

used (see S. Con. Res. 126), 7321 [HAP] 

Drug abuse: law enforcement in higher education 

facilities (see S. Con. Res. 157), 22589 [10SE] 

Education: require physical fitness programs for all 

children (see S. Con. Res. 145), 12240 [3JN] 
Fair Housing Act: amend (see S. 2040), 1397 [3FE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 303), 

5665 [20MR] 
Federal employees: cost of living adjustments for 

retirees (see S. 2190), 7199 [10AP] 
Firearms: prohibit importation of plastic or nonme- 

tallic (see S. 2401), 14181 [17JN] 
Fishery Conservation and Management Act: anni- 
versary (see S. Res. 383), 7490 [15AP] 
Foreign Assistance Act: protection of tropical for- 
ests in developing countries (see S. 1747), 8141 
[21AP] 
Foreign trade: promote U.S. economic competitive- 
ness (see S. 2810), 22848 [USE] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 352), 21615 [14AU] 
Great Egg Harbor River, NJ: designate as potential 
addition to wild and scenic rivers system (see S. 
2287), 7187 [10AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

308), 6130 [25MR] 
Hands Across America Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 246), 5429 [19MR] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 371), 15950 [26JN] 
High Risk Occupational Disease Notification and 
Prevention Act: enact (see S. 2050), 9319 [1MY] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 
(see S. 1965), 10425 [13MY] 



Housing: deferral of budget authority for elderly 
and handicapped programs (see S. Res. 344), 2190 
[18FE] 
Housing Act: provide for pilot program of sales 

and loans (see S. 2137), 3542 [4MR] 
International Intellectual Property and Market 
Access Act: enact (see S. 2435), 10289 [12MY] 
Japan: tariff on exports of chocolate (see S. Res. 

465), 20551 [11AU] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

275), 2551 [20FE] 
Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 259), 1922 [6FE] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 

279), 3970 [6MR] 
Medicare: prompt payment of claims (see S. Res. 

420), 12481 [4JN] 
Medicare Home Health Care Improvement Act: 

enact (see S. 2494), 16632 [16JY] 
Meiman, Naum and Inna: efforts to emigrate from 
Soviet Union (see S. Con. Res. 131), 12950 [6JN] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 298), 8816 [28AP] 
Montero Duque, Ricardo: commend on sacrifices 
made for freedom and democracy in Cuba (see S. 
Res. 424), 14181 [17JN] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 375), 23823 [17SE] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 299), 22267 [8SE] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 323), 9076 [30AP] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 329), 21615 [14AU] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

388), 25851 [24SE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 234), 576 [27JA] 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 294), 5945 [21 MR] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 344), 10610 [14MY] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 64, 328), 17394 [23JY], 18982 [4AU] 
National Day for Federal Retirees: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 276), 3970 [6MR] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 324), 7489 [15AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 321), 8142 [21AP] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 386), 19578 [6AU] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 362), 13836 [16JN] 
National Fetal Alcohol Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 373), 22268 [8SE] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

244), 12078 [2JN] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

262), 2199 [18FE] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

333), 10625 [14MY] 
National Guard: recognize and honor (see S.J. Res. 

300), 6560 [27MR] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 357), 12950 [6JN] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 347), 10829 [15MY] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 

317), 7007 [9AP] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 385), 18773 [1AU] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

290), 6134 [25MR] 
National Interstate Highway Day: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 351), 11315 [20MY] 
National Job Skills Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

401), 21601 [14AU] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 312), 6661 [8AP] 
National Narcotics Act: enact (see S. 2716), 19240 
[5AU] 



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National Neighborhood Crime Waich Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 256), 3548 [4MR] 
National Neighborhood Services Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 341), 10289 [12MY] 
National Nuclear Medicine Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 314), 12781 [5JN] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 264), 7994 [17AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 285), 3727 [5MR] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 220), 1922 [6FE] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 346), 10829 [15MY] 
National SEEK and College Discovery Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 419), 28516 [30C) 
National Software Awareness Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 332), 16826 [17JY] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 257), 303 [22JA] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res 

377), 17571 [24JY] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see S. Con. Res. 

109), 3549 [4MR] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 418), 25612 [23SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 311), 15442 [25 JN] 
Natural disasters: continue FEMA policy of provid- 
ing assistance for 75% of all damages sustained 
by local communities for public works (see S. 
2573). 14595 [19JN] 
Nazi war criminals: search, judgment, and prosecu- 
tion (see S. Res. 373), 6537 [27MR] 
New Clean Air Act: enact (see S. 2203), 5158 

[18MR] 
New Jersey: designate certain segments of the Mau- 
rice, the Manantico, and the Manumuskin Rivers 
for inclusion in national wild and scenic rivers 
system (see S. 2871), 25839 [24SE] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see S.J. Res. 395), 

23916 [18SE] 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- 
tion: funding rescission (see S. Con. Res. 106), 
1720 [5FE] 
Office of the Director of National and International 
Drug Operations and Policy: establish (see S. 
2716), 19240 [5 AU] 
Oil Pollution Liability and Compensation Act: 

enact (see S. 2340), 8066 [18AP] 
Performing Arts Labor Relations Amendments: 

enact (see S. 670), 1600 [4FE] 
Petroleum: improve oilspill compensation laws and 

establish liability (see S. 2799), 22449 [9SE] 
Philippines: presence of international observer dele- 
gations and National Citizen Movement for a 
Free Election during election (see S. Res. 328) 
1398 [3FE] 
Poland: shipment of dried milk to replace milk con- 
taminated as a result of Soviet atomic power 
plant accident (see S. Res. 394), 10854 [15MY] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 404), 22851 [USE] 
POWs: improve veterans' benefits (see S. 1446) 

10302 [12MY] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status and implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see S.J. Res. 327), 7957 [17AP] 
Reagan, President: congratulations on 75th birthday 

(see S. Res. 336), 1886 [6FE] 
Religion: full restoration in Eastern Europe of the 
Byzantine Rite Catholic Church (see S. Res. 454), 
28516 [30C] 
Revenue sharing program: rescission of budget au- 
thority (see S.J. Res. 282), 4323 [11MR] 
Sakharov, Andrei: award Congressional Gold 

Medal (see S. 2496), 18126 [30JY] 
SALT II Treaty: compliance (see S. Res. 431), 

15992 [26JN] 
Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 407), 29026 [60C] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (see S.J. Res. 
316), 7007 [9AP] 



Skelton, Red: awarding of Congressional Gold 

Medal (see S. 2585), 20151 [8AU] 
Social Security: treatment of trust funds in future 
cases of public debt limit (see S. 2542), 13366 
[11JN] 
Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: support (see S. 

Res. 398), 10066 [8MY] 
Soviet Union: interference with postal communica- 
tions with U.S. (see S. Con. Res. 164), 29930 
[90C] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

360), 14825 [20JN] 
Statue of Liberty: moment of silence for U.S. hos- 
tages in Lebanon during official ceremonies (see 
S. Con. Res. 153), 15950 [26JN] 
Superfund: reauthorizing (see S. 2840), 24969 

[19SE] 
Tariff: suspend duties on certain weaving machin- 
ery (see S. 2669), 18780 [1AU] 

suspend duties on jacquard cards (see S. 

2668), 18780 [1AU] 
Tax Gap Act: enact (see S. 2110), 2847 [26FE] 
Taxation: oil import fee (see S. Res. 335), 2551 

[20FE] 
proposals to tax certain employer-paid bene- 
fits (see S. Res. 339), 4170 [10MR] 
Third Infantry Division: erect memorial in District 

of Columbia (see S. 1107), 8141 [21AP] 
Trade Adjustment Assistance Program: extend (see 

S. 2026), 790 [29JA] 
Ukrainian Public Group To Promote the Observ- 
ance of the Helsinki Accords: anniversary (see S. 
Con. Res. 154), 16443 [15JY] 
Unfair Trade Concessions Requirements Act: enact 

(see S. 2226), 6019 [24MR] 
United Steelworkers of America: anniversary (see 

S. Res. 428), 14178 [17JN] 
United Way of America: commemorate on centen- 
nial (see S.J. Res. 430), 32580 [160C] 
Universal Child Immunization Act: enact (see S 

1917), 7409 [HAP] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see S. Res. 343), 2190 
[18FE] 
Urban Mass Transportation Act: amend (see S. 

2543), 13366 [1 UN] 
Vinyl acetates: duty on certain (see S. 2488), 11714 

[21 MY] 
White House Conference on Small Business Au- 
thorization Act: enact (see S. 2588), 18982 [4AU] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see S.J. Res. 289), 

4813 [13MR] 
Youth: grants for narcotics and alcoholism preven- 
tion, treatment, and rehabilitation programs (see 
S. 2800), 26839 [27SE] 
Cloture motions 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), veto mes- 
sage, 27136 [30SE] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S 

2701), 20362 [9AU] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 19212 [5AU] 
Letters 

Bankruptcy judgeships: Vincent J. Commisa, 9994 

[8MY] 
Conrail sale: Patrick J. Falvey, 1191 [30JA] 
Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission 
compact changes: Thomas Kean, Governor of 
New Jersey, 17130 [21JY] 
Dept. of Justice information linking Yasser Arafat 
to slayings of U.S. diplomats in Khartoum, 
Sudan: by, 2403* [19FE] 
Federal disaster assistance: by, and several Senators, 

25518 [23SE] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: Alan Beals, National 
League of Cities, 13285 [11JN] 

Jack R. Gilstrap, American Public Transit 

Association, 13285 [11JN] 

sundry Senators, 13285 [11JN] 

Interim funding of Hazardous Substance Response 
Trust Fund: several environmental groups, 6526 
[27MR] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: Lee 
Goldfarb, 7499* [15AP] 



LAUTENBERG, FRANK R. 

Thomas J. Stockett, 7499* [15AP] 

NTSB: by, 12090* [2JN] 
Saudi Arabian arms sale: by, 7023* [9AP] 
Set-asides for minority and women-owned small 
businesses: Wilfredo J. Gonzales, 10090* [8MY] 
Soviet persecution of Jews: by, and several Sena- 
tors, 8003 [17AP] 
States' minimum 85% return on user fees paid into 
the mass transit account: by, and several Sena- 
tors, 23883 [18SE] 
Superfund program: Lee M. Thomas, EPA, 21815 
[15AU] 

several Senators, 21815 [15AU] 

Superfund tax: sundry Senators, 5667* [20MR] 
U.S.-flag vehicle carriers in Japan-U.S. automobile 
trade: C.E. DeFries, National Marine Engineers' 
Beneficial Association (sundry), 33384, 33385 
[170C] 

Richard W. Kurrus, Kurrus & Kirchner, 

33384 [170C] 

several representatives, 33385 [170C] 

Visa application by Yasser Arafat: by, 13381* 
[11JN] 

George P. Shultz, Sec. of State, 13381* 

[11JN] 
Lists 

New contracts which cannot be awarded by 9/30/ 
86 due to CERCLA reauthorization delays, 
21816 [15AU] 
Remarks by, on 

Acquired immune deficiency syndrome: education 

for health professionals, 22578 [10SE] 
Aeronautics: air traffic safety, 20424* [9AU] 
Air traffic controllers: allow rehiring (S 2945) 

33501* [170C] 
American Museum of Immigration: retain at base of 
Statue of Liberty National Monument (S. 2942) 
33498* [170C] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), veto mes- 
sage, 27836 [20C] 
Anti-Terrorism Act: enact (S. 2429), 10082 [8MY] 

13550 [12JN] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27930 
[20C], 28339, 28486, 28487, 28489 [30C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 738), conference 

report, 32507, 32539 [160C], 33177, 33195, 33196 
[170C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12763* [5JN], 12907*, 12908 [6JN] 
Arafat, Yasser: Dept. of Justice information on 
slayings of U.S. diplomats in Khartoum, Sudan, 
2402* [19FE] 
Armed Forces: permit members to wear certain 
items of apparel not part of the official uniform, 
19801, 19804-19807 [7AU] 

wearing of religious apparel (S. 2269), 7042* 

[9AP], 7211* [10AP] 
Armenian Martyrs' Day: commemoration, 8252 

[22AP] 
Army and Navy Union of the U.S.A.: grant charter 

(H.R. 897), 33805 [180C] 
Arts: New Jersey's contributions, 33550* [170C] 
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act: enact 

(S. 2083), 2542* [20FE], 22625 [10SE] 
Asbestos Information Clearinghouse Act: enact (S 

2720), 19255 [6AU] 
Atomic weapons: freeze concept, 23931* [18SE] 
Aviation Safety Commission Act: enact (S 2417) 

13146* [10JN] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 
18087* [30JY] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (S.J. Res. 271), 

13729* [13JN] 
Budget: reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 

18087* [30JY] 
reconciliation pursuant to section 2 of con- 
current resolution (S. 2706), 24912 [19SE] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), 8517 [23 AP], 8630 [24AP], 
9039-9046 [30AP] 






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LAUTENBERG, FRANK R. 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Campbell Soup Co.: adoption of Japanese tech- 
niques, 16640* [16JY] 
CCC: supplemental appropriations, 3711 [5MR] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (S.J. Res. 283), 6503 
[27MR] 
Clean Water Act: amend (S. 1128), conference 

report, 32405, 32406 [160C] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority, 3711 [5MR] 

deferral of budget authority (S. 2067), 1915* 

[6FE] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S. 

2701), 21863 [15AU] 
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compen- 
sation, and Liability Act: amend (H.R. 2817), 
5709 [20MR] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638). 784 [29JA], 

1189, 1191 [30JA] 
-transfer ownership (S. 638), motion to pro- 
ceed to consideration, 292-294 [22JA] 
Conrail Public Sale Act: enact (S. 638), 784 [29JA] 
Courts: provide for additional bankruptcy judges 

(S. 1923), 9993 [8MY] 
Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission: 

amend compact, 17130* [21JY] 
Dept. of Agriculture: making urgent supplemental 

appropriations (H.J. Res. 534), 3711 [5MR] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 

2638), 19799-19802, 19804-19807 [7AU] 
Dept. of HUD: overturning of deferrals, 12763* 

[5JN] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5313), 27973 [20C] 
Dept. of Justice: establish Office for the Investiga- 
tion and Prosecution of Terrorist Offenses 
Against U.S. Citizens (S. 2640), 16437* [15JY] 
Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 23709, 23713 
[17SE] 
Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related 
agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 5233), 
22578 [10SE] 
Disaster Relief Act: amend, 28635 [30C] 
District of Columbia: making appropriations (H.R. 
5175), 20908 [12AU], 23537, 23561, 23568 [16SE] 
Dynamic Technology International, Inc.: relief (S. 

2275), 7009 [9AP] 
Edelshtein, Yuli: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 8002 [17AP] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 27170 [30SE], 31358 [150C] 

funding, 8517 [23 AP] 

Electric Consumers Protection Act: enact (S. 426), 

7921 [17AP] 
Ellis Island: allowing naturalization of resident rep- 
resentatives of each State (H.J. Res. 613), 10886* 
[15MY] 
Executive Exchange Program Voluntary Services 

Act: enact (H.R. 3002), 22859 [USE] 
FAA: supplemental funding, 12763* [5JN] 
Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act: 

enact (S. 2559), 13851* [16JN] 
Federal Criminal Penalties Inflation Adjustment 

Act: enact (S. 2558), 13851* [16JN] 
Federal Disaster Relief Program: FEMA regula- 
tions, 19865* [7AU] 
Federal Mass Transit Improvement Act: enact (S. 

2543), 13284 [1 UN] 
Federal Tax Amnesty and Improved Tax Compli- 
ance Act: enact (S. 2100), 2730* [25FE], 2883* 
[26FE], 3736* [5MR] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: budget waiver for con- 
sideration of S. 2405 (S. Res. 459), 23879, 23882, 
23884 [18SE] 

enact (S. 2405), 17130* [21JY], 19865* 

[7AU], 25469, 25511, 25513-25519, 25533, 25540 
[23SE] 
FEMA: prohibit implementation of certain regula- 
tions (H.R. 5488), 28635 [30C] 
Firearms: protect owners' rights (S. 49), concur 

with House amendments, 9605* [6MY] 
Genocide Convention: Senate ratification, 2334 
[19FE] 



Gloucester County, NJ: tercentenary anniversary, 

33531* [HOC] 
Great Egg Harbor River, NJ: designate as potential 
addition to wild and scenic rivers system (S. 
2287), 7199 [10AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (S.J. Res. 308), 

6126 [25MR], 29939* [90C] 
GSA: Federal leased office space, 32539 [160C] 
Gun Control Act: amend (S. 49), concur with 

House amendments, 9605* [6MY] 
Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund: interim 
funding (S. 2212), 5665* [20MR], 6526 [27MR] 
Hazardous substances: control of radon gas, 5440* 
[19MR] 

reauthorizing Superfund (S. 2840), 25018 

[19SE] 
Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund: 
making repayable advance (H.J. Res. 573), 5900- 
5902 [21 MR] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(S. 1965), 12228* [3JN] 
Holocaust Remembrance Day: observance, 9682* 

[6MY] 
Housing: temporary extension of certain programs 

(H.J. Res. 652), 14379, 14380 [18JN] 
Housing Act: provide for pilot program of sales 

and loans (S. 2137), 3547* [4MR] 
Information Age Commission Act: enact (S. 786), 

33532* [HOC] 
Insurance: provide protection against insolvency of 
risk retention groups in certain States, 16783- 
16790 [17JY] 
International Intellectual Property and Market 

Access Act: enact (S. 2435), 10296* [12MY] 
Japan: use of U.S.-flag ships in automobile trade, 

33383, 33384 [HOC] 
Jews: annual survey on Soviet, 332* [22JA] 

contributions of Leonard London to the 

Jewish community of Milford, NJ, 10438* 
[13MY] 

efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 8002 

[17AP] 

Holocaust Remembrance Day, 9682* [6MY] 

Soviet persecution, 8002 [17AP] 

Johnson & Johnson Products, Inc.: tribute, 5043* 

[14MR] 
Lechner, Alfred J., Jr.: nomination, 12933 [6JN] 
Lew Malnak Associates: relief (S. 2275), 7009* 

[9AP] 
Liability insurance: facilitate ability of businesses 
and associations to purchase on a group basis (S. 
2129), 16783-16790 [17JY] 
Lithuania: independence anniversary, 2206* [18FE] 
London, Leonard: contributions to the Jewish com- 
munity of Milford, NJ, 10438* [13MY] 
Major Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance 

Act: enact, 25517 [23SE] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 15792* [26JN] 
Meisel, Wayne: honored by Common Cause, 9338* 

[1MY] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Transfer Act: 

enact (S. 1017), 6966-6968 [9AP] 
Minority Enterprise Development Week: observ- 
ance, 29941* [90C] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 

and traffic, 27170 [30SE], 31358 [150C] 
impose capital punishment for certain con- 
tinuing criminal enterprise drug offenses, 31358 
[150C] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (S.J. Res. 394), 21397* [13AU] 
National Guard: recognize and honor (S.J. Res. 

300), 22000* [15AU] 
National Literacy Day: designate (S.J. Res. 363), 

14180* [17JN] 
National Peace Quilt: children's drawings, expres- 
sions, and dreams about world peace, 23931* 
[18SE] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (S.J. Res. 322), 7498* [15AP], 20407 [9AU] 
Natural disasters: clarify FEMA assistance for re- 
moval of debris, provision of temporary housing, 
and availability of information to victims (S. 
2574), 14599* [19JN] 



continue FEMA policy of providing assist- 
ance for 75% of all damages sustained by local 
communities for public works (S. 2573), 14599* 
[19JN] 
Naturalization: allowing swearing in of resident rep- 
resentatives of each State at Ellis Island ceremo- 
ny (H.J. Res. 613), 10886* [15MY] 

Ellis Island, NY, ceremonies, July 1986 (S.J. 

Res. 334), 8945* [29AP] 
New Clean Air Act: enact (S. 2203), 5167 [18MR] 
New Jersey: designate certain segments of the Mau- 
rice, the Manantico, and the Manumuskin Rivers 
for inclusion in national wild and scenic rivers 
system <S. 2871), 25844* [24SE] 

designate Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal 

Building and U.S. Courthouse in Newark (S. 
2062), 1909* [6FE], 25875 [24SE] 

protection of recreational resources, 12763* 

[5JN] 

Puerto Rican Day Parade, 17136* [21JY] 

tribute to Borough of Roosevelt, 9345* 

[1MY] 

tribute to the arts, 33550* [170C] 

Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 

283), 6503 [27MR] 
NTSB: independence, 12089* [2JN] 
Oil Pollution Liability and Compensation Act: 

enact (S. 2799), 26878 [27SE] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (S. 

2706), 24911 [19SE] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15334 [25JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 27170 [30SE] 

enact (H.R. 5484), cloture motion, 31358 

[1SOC] 
OPEC: production controls (S. Res. 380), 7201* 

[10AP] 
Patent Equity Act: enact (H.R. 4899), 28567 [30C] 
Pennsylvania: customs inspectors in Philadelphia, 

12907*, 12908 [6JN] 
Petroleum: improve oilspill compensation laws and 

establish liability (S. 2799), 22458 [9SE] 
Plastic Waste Reduction Act: enact (S. 2596), 15314 

[25JN] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: facilitate abil- 
ity of businesses and associations to purchase li- 
ability insurance on a group basis (S. 2129), 
16783, 16790 [17JY], 29095 [60C] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668), 

18087* [30JY], 18689 [1AU] 
Radon gas: control, 5440* [19MR] 
Radon Mitigation Clarification Act: enact (S. 2577), 

14614* [19JN] 
Railroads: sale of Conrail, 784 [29JA], 1189, 1191 

[30JA] 
Rehnquist, William H: nomination, 23798-23800 

[17SE] 
Riverside Precision Machines: relief (S. 2275), 

7009* [9AP] 
Roads and highways: amend national speed limit 
legislation, 25533-25535 [23SE] 

guarantee each State a minimum 85% return 

on user fees paid into the mass transit account, 
23879, 23882, 23884 [18SE] 
Rodino, Peter W., Ill: sworn in as president of 
New Jersey chapter of Federal Bar Association, 
1937* [6FE] 
Rodino, Representative: son, Peter W. Rodino III 
sworn in as president of New Jersey chapter of 
Federal Bar Association, 1937* [6FE] 
Ryan, William F.: nomination, 18809 [1AU] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (S.J. Res. 316), 
7023* [9AP], 9621 [6MY] 

prohibit sale of certain defense articles and 

related defense services (S.J. Res. 316), veto, 
12656 [5JN] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: award congressional gold 
medal (S. 2308), 7496 [15AP], 10052, 10054 
[8MY] 
emigration from Soviet Union, 8002 [17AP] 



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Scharansky, Avital: award congressional gold 
medal (S. 2308), 7496 [15AP], 10052, 10054 
[8MY] 
Sec. of the Army: authorize construction to im- 
prove various harbors and rivers in the U.S. (S. 
1567), 3198* [27FE] 
Senate: legislative program, 9888 [7MY], 21811 

[15AU], 32335, 32336 [160C] 
Seton Hall Law Week: observance, 5695* [20MR] 
Silicon Technology Corp., Oakland, NJ: export li- 
cense, 26185* [25SE] 
Silk yam: suspension of duty (S. 2490), 11734* 

[21 MY] 
Single Family Mortgage Insurance Fraud Detection 
and Prevention Act: enact (S. 2112), 2866 [26FE] 
Small business: set-asides for minority and women- 
owned (S. Res. 402), 10089* [8MY] 
Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 25739 
[24SE], 28422 [30C], 29124 [70C], 29533 [80C], 
30478 [140C], 33177, 33178 [HOC] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 27836 [20C] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 8002 

[17AP] 
Sportfishing: licensing fee (S. Res. 405), 10426* 

[13MY] 
Star Design, Inc.: relief (S. 2275), 7009* [9AP] 
Statue of Liberty: 1886 acceptance ceremony with 

Grover Cleveland, 29183* [70C] 
Superfund: extend authority to collect taxes (S. 
2211), 5665* [20MR] 

reauthorizing, 27973 [20C], 28339 [30C], 

32336 [160C] 

reauthorizing (S. 2840), 25018 [19SE], 25739 

[24SE] 

repayable advance (H.J. Res. 713), 21812- 

21815 [15AU] 
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 28422 
[30C], 29124 [70C], 29533 [80C], 30478 [140C], 
33177, 33178 [170C] 
Supplementary Extradition Treaty Between the 
U.S. and United Kingdom: ratification, 17401* 
[23JY] 
Tax Gap Act: enact (S. 2110), 2864 [26FE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 12805* [5JN], 
13550, 13611 [12JN], 14354-14355, 14402, 14403 
[18JN], 14503, 14505 [19JN], 15048 [24JN] 

enact (H.R. 3838), conference report, 26647 

[27SE] 

enact (H.R. 3838), technical corrections (H. 

Con. Res. 395), House amendments, 33383, 33384 
[170C] 
Taxation: provide a third rate bracket for individual 
taxpayers at 35%, 14354-14355 [18JN] 

reform, 10638* [14MY] 

reform internal revenue laws, correct techni- 
cal errors in H.R. 3838 (H. Con. Res. 395), 31312 
[150C] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority, 3711 [5MR] 

deferral of budget authority (S. 2067), 1915* 

[6FE] 

deferral of budget authority (S. 2075), 2198* 

[18FE] 

deferral of budget authority (S. Res. 333), 

1740 [5FE] 
Urban Mass Transportation Act: authorizing appro- 
priations, 25540 [23SE] 
Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc.: grant charter 

(S. 8), 6960 [9AP] 
Water Quality Renewal Act: enact (S. 1128), con- 
ference report, 32405, 32406 [160C] 
Water Resources Development Act: enact (S 

1567), 6211 [26MR] 
Winer Industries, Paterson, NJ: tribute, 23929* 
[18SE] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

New Jersey: construction of radonproof homes, 

11783* [21MY] 
Special order: granted, 26973 [29SE], 27318 [30SE] 
Reports 

Bankruptcy Judgeships (excerpt), 9993 [8MY] 



Delaware River User Fee: Committee on Finance 

(excerpt), 6212 [26MR] 
Radon Gas Task Force Report: by, 5440*-5443* 

[19MR] 
South Africa: Eminent Persons Group (excerpts), 

21863 [15AU] 
State Insurance Guaranty Funds and Insurance 
Company Insolvency Assessment Information: 
National Committee on Insurance Guaranty 
Funds, 16785 [17JY] 
Statements 

Liberty and Equality in a Democracy: Aristotle, 

6126 [25MR] 
Single Family Mortgage Insurance Fraud: Thomas 

W. Greelish, 2866 [26FE] 
South African Apartheid: Desmond Tutu, 21863 

[15AU] 
Soviet Jews: Anatoly Scharansky, 7496 [15AP] 
Tribute to President Grover Cleveland and the 
Centennial of the Dedication of the Statue of 
Liberty, Jacqueline A. Beusse, 29183* [70C] 
Surveys 

Annual Survey on Soviet Jewry: National Confer- 
ence on Soviet Jewry and Coalition to Free 
Soviet Jews, 332* [22JA] 
Tables 
Contracts to be terminated on 9/30/86 due to 
CERCLA reauthorization delays, 21816 [15AU] 
Jewish emigration from the USSR., 333* [22JA] 
Texts of 
S. 2067, deferral of Urban Development Action 
Grant and Community Development Block 
Grant Program budget authority, 1915* [6FE] 
S. 2075, deferral of Urban Development Action 
Grant Program budget authority, 2198* [18FE] 
S. 2100, Federal Tax Amnesty and Improved Tax 

Compliance Act, 2731*-2736* [25FE] 
S. 2112, Single Family Mortgage Insurance Fraud 

Detection and Prevention Act, 2867 [26FE] 
S. 2211, extend authority to collect Superfund 

taxes, 5666* [20MR] 
S. 2212, interim funding for Hazardous Substance 

Response Trust Fund, 5667* [20MR] 
S. 2275, relief for Dynamic Technology Interna- 
tional, Inc., Lew Malnak Associates, Star Design, 
Inc., and Riverside Precision Machines, 7009* 
[9AP] 
S. 2308, award congressional gold medals to Anato- 
ly and Avital Scharansky, 7496 [15AP] 
S. 2490, suspension of duty for silk yarn, 11734* 

[21 MY] 
S. 2558, Federal Criminal Penalties Inflation Ad- 
justment Act, 13852* [16JN] 
S. 2559, Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjust- 
ment Act, 13853* [16JN] 
S. 2577, Radon Mitigation Clarification Act, 14614* 

[19JN] 
S. 2640, establish Office for the Investigation and 
Prosecution of Terrorist Offenses Against U.S. 
Citizens, 16438 [15JY] 
S. 2945, allow rehiring of air traffic controllers, 

33501* [HOC] 
S. Res. 333, deferral of Urban Development Action 

Grant Program budget authority, 1740 [5FE] 
S. Res. 378, court referral of S. 2275 relief of Dy- 
namic Technology, Inc., Lew Malnak Associates, 
Star Design, Inc., and Riverside Precision Ma- 
chines, 7035 [9AP] 
S. Res. 380, OPEC production controls, 7201 

[10AP] 
S. Res. 402, set-asides for minority and women- 
owned set-aside programs, 10089 [8MY] 
S. Res. 405, licensing fee for marine sport fishing, 

10426 [13MY] 
S.J. Res. 322, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance 

Day, 7499* [15AP] 
S.J. Res. 334, Ellis Island, NY, naturalization cere- 
monies, July 1986, 8945* [29AP] 
S.J. Res. 363, National Literacy Day, 14180* 

[17JN] 
S.J. Res. 394, National Children's Television 
Awareness Week, 21397 [13AU] 
Tributes 
Beck, Robert A., 33532* [170C] 



LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Bradley, Senator, 10638* [14MY], 12805* [5JN] 
Burke, James E., 5043* [14MR] 
Downey, Ed, 7793* [16AP] 
Jenifer, Franklyn G, 26965* [29SE] 
Kachajian, George, 26185* [25SE] 
McCarrick, Theodore, 17772* [25JY] 
McGovern, Gordon, 16640* [16JY] 
Sakharov, Andrei, 11685 [21 MY] 
Schwartz, David, 5444* [19MR] 
Winer, Robert, 23929* [18SE], 25048* [19SE] 
Woods, Catherine, 16048* [26JN] 
Tributes to retiring Members 
Eagleton, Senator, 31422 [150C] 
Goldwater, Senator, 32547, 32566 [160C] 
Hart, Senator, 32569 [160C] 
Long, Senator, 32569 [160C] 
LAUTER, DAVID 
Articles and editorials 

Sitting Gets Costly for Senior Judges, 2856 [26FE] 
LAVALLETTE, NJ 
Petitions 

License recreational salt water sports fishermen: 
borough council, 9212 [1MY] 
LAVOIE, JEAN 
Amendments 

Relief (H.R. 1755), 23361 [16SE] 
Remarks in House 

Relief (H.R. 1755), 23361 [16SE] 
Reports filed 

Relief: Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 1755) (H. 
Rept. 99-780), 20742 [11AU] 
Texts of 

H.R. 1755, relief, 23361 [16SE] 
LAW, BERNARD 
Letters 
Aid to Contras, 5194 [18MR], 6474, 6506 [27MR] 
Nicaraguan church, 5487 [19MR] 
LAW DAY 
Remarks in House 

Observance, 9367 [1MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Observance, 9222, 9223, 9333, 9336 [1MY] 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
Addresses 

Connecticut Civil Liberties Union— Evening of 

Tribute: Cicero B. Booker, Jr., 22471 [9SE] 
International Drug Trafficking and Abuse: Vernon 
A. Walters, 2981 [26FE] 
Agreements 

Firearms: regulate manufacture and importation of 
armor-piercing bullets (S. 104), unanimous con- 
sent, 3689 [5MR] 
Amendments 

Arizona: provide for proper administration of jus- 
tice within the Salt River Pima/Maricopa Indian 
Community (H.R. 4900), 25420 [23SE] 
Boats and boating: establish uniform boat titling 
system between States (H.R. 4731), 33736, 33738 
33851 [180C] 
Firearms: regulate manufacture and importation of 
armor-piercing bullets (S. 104), 372" [5MR], 3881, 
3892, 3895 [6MR] 
Law Enforcement Officers Protection Act: enact 

(H.R. 3132), 20730 [11 AU] 
Narcotic traffic: strengthen laws (S. 2878), 26541 

[26SE] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate 

(H.J. Res. 594), 30189 [10OC] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (S.J. Res. 

405), 24655 [18SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22913, 22915, 22921, 
22923, 22925, 22927, 22937, 22941, 22943, 22945, 
22952, 22953, 22955, 22961, 22963, 22964, 22976, 
22980, 22982, 22984, 22986, 22988, 22989 [USE], 
26542, 26543 [26SE], 26694, 26695, 26699, 26701, 
26703, 26706, 26712, 26714, 26715, 26718, 26720, 



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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



26721, 26722, 26726, 26728, 26731, 26732, 26735, 
26736, 26739, 26745, 26752, 26754, 26757, 26759, 
26763, 26764, 26772, 26773, 26778, 26796, 26797, 
26804, 26807, 26808, 26810-26812, 26816, 26819, 
26820, 26840-26849, 26852, 26860-26864, 26868 
[27SE], 27168, 27170 [30SE], 29633-29659-29702 
[80C], 30280, 30318, 30322-30388 [10OC], 
30508-30644 [HOC], 31408-31409, 31412, 31438- 
31447, 31459, 31462-31480 [150C], 32728-32786 
[HOC] 
Polygraph Protection Act: enact (H.R. 1524), 4269 
[11MR], 4523, 4541, 4542, 4543, 4545, 4546, 4549, 
4550, 4551 [12MR] 
Supreme Court: protective services for Justices and 
court personnel (H.R. 5362), 27282, 27297 [30SE] 
Analyses 

Anti Drug Abuse Act (S. 2878), 26473-26476 

[26SE] 
Colombian Drug Interdiction Amendment to the 
1979 Foreign Assistance Legislation: Committee 
on Foreign Relations, 26825 [27SE] 
Comprehensive Money Laundering Prevention Act 

(H.R. 5176), 18849 [1AU] 
Customs Service's Effectiveness in Law Enforce- 
ment Matters (S. 2748), 22015-22018 [15AU] 
Law Enforcement Records Amendments to the 
Freedom of Information Act in the Anti Drug 
Abuse Act, 29619 [80C] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act (H.R. 5484), 22683, 22714-22717 [10SE] 
Pornography Victims Protection Act (H.R. 5509), 

25721 [23SE] 
Save the Family Farm Act, 26379 [25SE] 
U.S. Marshals Service Act (S. 2044), 1587 [4FE] 
Appointments 

Conferees: H.R. 3132, Law Enforcement Officers 
Protection Act, 20731 [11AU] 
Articles and editorials 

Abducting Terrorists To Try in United States- 
Sanctioned Way To Fight the Foe?, 18832-18833 
[1AU] 
Abuses in the Drug Bill, 25716 [23SE] 
Acting on a Deadly Stage— Drug Agent's Life in 

Deep Cover, 13864 [16JN] 
Anti-Terrorist Tedium— Airline Crews Disdain Re- 
quired Security Training as Boring, Unhelpful, 
8767 [28AP] 
Athens Airport Spins a High-Tech Security Web, 

8232 [21AP] 
ATM Crimes of Violence, 18233 [30JY] 
Bad Joke, 20747 [11AU] 
Balance Law and Liberties in Fight Against Drugs, 

4179 [10MR] 
Baltimore Will Replace Outdated Vests To Give 

Police Officers Better Protection, 3890 [6MR] 
Call to Arms on Drugs (excerpt), 19324 [5AU] 
Children's Justice Act, 19618 [6AU] 
Clinkers in the Drug Crusade, 25710 [23SE] 
Confronting Terrorism— The Next Step, 17014 

[17JY] 
Cop Beats Brass and Cancer, 9471 [5MY] 
Cops Against Guns, 2029 [6FE] 
Crack as a Scapegoat, 26455 [26SE] 
Crusade Against Drugs, but Use Reason, Not 

Force, 20747 [11AU] 
Crusade Can't Work Unless It Dents Demand for 

Drugs, 25068 [19SE] 
Curse of Blacks Killing Blacks, 3767 [5MR] 
Dangerous Dulles, 14856 [20JN] 
Delancey Street — For a Few Addicts, a 4-Year 

Lesson in Living, 11085 [15MY] 
Disgrace All Around on Ulster, 17516 [23JY] 
Does 55-MPH Speed Limit Save Lives?, 13394 

[11JN] 
Dragnet for Druggies, 4178 [10MR] 
Drug Bill Is "Legislative Equivalent of Crack", 

25708 [23SE] 
Drug Crazed, 26378 [25SE] 
Drug Frenzy, 26378 [25SE] 
Drug Tests for All?, 5988 [21 MR] 
Drug War, 25718 [23SE] 
Drugs War Must Be Won, 28691 [30C] 
FAA Police— Low Pay, Poor Morale, 8766 [28AP] 



Football Party Proves Bust— 101 Wanted by Police 
Are Blitzed by Offer of Game Tickets, 1587 
[4FE] 
For Police Detective Matching the Clues Is the Joy 

of His Job, 23491 [16SE] 
Good Soldiers in the War on Drugs, 25063 [19SE] 
Guilty 'Til Proven Clean?, 20747 [11AU] 
High on Crusading, 25710 [23SE] 
How Not To Stop Drug Use, 4841 [13MR] 
Hunt Is On for Killer of Officer, 17015 [17JY] 
Issue— Posse Comitatus, 8553 [23AP] 
Jar Wars— Top This, Democrats, 20748 [11AU] 
Judge Kaufman Goes To War, 4179 [10MR] 
Jury Indicts Three, 28664 [30C] 
Latin Nations Join U.S. in Effort To Combat 

Drugs, 18022 [29JY] 
Let's All Get Mad, Win War on Drugs, 25710 

[23SE] 
National and Dulles— "Tragedies Waiting To 

Happen", 1913 [6FE] 
New Drug Command Post Makes First Bust, 4363 

[11MR] 
Once Again, W. 143d St. Battles Against Drug 

Plague, 18026 [29 J Y] 
Outraged, Widower Pushes for Gun Control, 15643 

[25JN] 
Police "Indignant" Over McClure-Volkmer Gun 

Bill, 1800 [5FE] 
Police View of the So-Called "Cop Killer" Bullet, 

3886 [6MR] 
Practical Steps on Crime and Violence: Senator 

Simon, 23831 [17SE] 
Proposed Gun Legislation Threatens Law Enforce- 
ment Effectiveness, 1802 [5FE] 
PTA, Police, and Businesses Join Hands for Child 

Safety, 12298 [3JN] 
Reagans Lead on Drugs, 26377 [25SE] 
Sacrifice of Kevin Welsh, 20034 [8AU] 
Senators Ponder Plugs for a Leaky Ship of State, 

8981 [29AP] 
Simplest Way To Fight Drugs, 25080, 25089 

[19SE], 27744 [IOC] 
Square Miranda Rights With Reason, 14101 [17JN] 
Strike Force in Dirty War, 18841 [1AU] 
Terrorism Can Be Defined, 17696 [24JY] 
Terrorism— What Police Can Do, 11991 [22MY] 
Testing for Drugs; Tested by Drugs, 4178 [10MR] 
That Party Was a Real Grabber, 1588 [4FE] 
Two Shootings, One Lesson— Gun Control, 24691 

[18SE] 
U.S. Citing Security Needs, Raises National and 

Dulles Police Pay, 8766 [28AP] 
Washington's Solution to Drugs Smacks of a Politi- 
cal Stampede, 25708 [23SE] 
We Know Who Will Lose the Drug War, 26455 

[26SE] 
We Should Hit Corrupt Cops With Racketeering 

Statute, 2789 [25FE] 
Weicker Sees Creative Bookkeeping, Not New 

Cash, 26463 [26SE] 
When a Vaccine Injures a Child— No-Fault Way 

To Compensate, 30417 [10OC] 
Where 911 Could Have Helped, 21968 [15AU] 
Who Would Sexually Abuse a Child?, 17164 [21JY] 
Bills and resolutions 

Airports: authority to search passengers and prop- 
erty (see H.R. 4625) 

benefits for security personnel (see S. 2066; 

H.R. 4137,4138) 
Armed Forces: utilize against narcotic traffic along 

U.S. boundaries (see H.R. 5381) 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt certain provisions relative to safety 
and law enforcement agencies (see H.R. 4035) 
Border Patrol: personnel increase (see H.R. 5385) 
Budget: maintain current funding (see S. Res. 360) 
Child molesting: reform of investigation and adjudi- 
cation of criminal cases (see H.R. 5692) 
Child Protection Act: reimbursement of Postal 
Service expenditures required for investigations 
(see S. 2730) 
Coast Guard: narcotic laws enforcement activities 
(see H.R. 5406) 



Customs Service: facilitate enforcement of drug 
trafficking laws (see H.R. 5310) 

increase effectiveness in law enforcement 

matters (see S. 2748) 
DEA: allow reassignment of employees to FBI (see 
S. 2011) 

personnel placed into excepted service (see 

S. 2011) 
Drug abuse: authorize appropriations for Federal, 

State, and local agencies (see H.R. 5393) 
exclusion or deportation of aliens for posses- 
sion or use of certain controlled substances (see 
S. 2818) 

grants to local governments to increase 

police force in certain geographical areas (see 
H.R. 5307) 

law enforcement in national forests (see S. 

2809) 

response to crack cocaine epidemic (see S. 

2715; H.R. 5418) 

strengthen enforcement of laws (see S. 2850, 

2878) 
Drug-Free America Act: enact (see S. 2849) 
FBI: allow reassignment of DEA employees (see S. 

2011) 
Firearms: grant for speedloading devices and 
combat training (see H.R. 5186) 

plastic or nonmetallic weapons (see S. 2401) 

Lorton prison: reimbursement by District of Co- 
lumbia of certain expenditures to Fairfax County, 
VA (see S. 2128) 
Narcotic traffic: combat international problem (see 
H.R. 5352) 

comprehensive law enforcement policy (see 

S. 2798) 

concurring in Senate amendment to H.R. 

5484 with an amendment (see H. Res. 597) 

concurring in Senate amendment to H.R. 

5484, international cooperation (see H. Res. 576) 
consideration of H.R. 5484, international co- 
operation (see H. Res. 541) 

corrections in enrollment of H.R. 5484 (see 

H. Con. Res. 415) 

eradication programs in foreign countries 

(see H.R. 5358) 

facilitate enforcement of customs laws (see 

H.R. 5358, 5410) 

foreign cooperation in eradicating illicit 

crops (see H.R. 5664, 5729) 

funds for law enforcement activities (see S. 

2764) 

international cooperation (see H.R. 5484) 

utilize Armed Forces along U.S. boundaries 

(see H.R. 5381) 
National boundaries: Dept. of Defense assistance 
for law enforcement purposes (see H.R. 5048) 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 424) 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 328; H.J. Res. 594, 621) 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 405) 
Office of the Director of National and International 
Drug Operations and Policy: establish (see S. 
2716; H.R. 5417) 
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act: in- 
crease benefit payable for death of a public safety 
officer (see S. 2499) 
Paralegals: increased use (see S. 2632; H.R. 5107) 
Public Service Recognition Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 609) 
Secret Service: expand uniformed division protec- 
tive jurisdiction (see S. 2259; H.R. 5020) 
Strategic Petroleum Reserve: firearms and arresting 
authority for protective personnel (see S. 2925) 
Supreme Court: protective services for Justices and 

court personnel (see S. 2814; H.R. 5362) 
Survivors' benefits: increase (see H.R. 4818) 
Taxation: certain reimbursement allowances re- 
ceived by State police officers (see H.R. 5191) 
Terrorism: additional combating tools (see H.R. 
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increase amount allowed for certain rewards 

and establish most wanted list (see H.R. 4044) 

international cooperation (see H.R. 4737) 

international meeting to adopt unified effec- 
tive program (see H. Res. 547) 

security at airports, motor bus terminals, and 

train stations (see H.R. 5405) 

strengthen antiterrorist programs for air 

travel (see S. 2468) 
U.S. marshals: duties (see H.R. 5258) 

presence at court sessions (see S. 2732) 

U.S. Marshals Service Act: enact (see S. 2044) 
VA: enforcement of State and local traffic regula- 
tions (see H.R. 4509) 
Washington Area Metropolitan Drug Authority: es- 
tablish (see H. Con. Res. 397) 
Broadcasts 

Crack down on crack: WABC-TV (New York, 
NY), 30150 [90C] 
Cloture motions 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 30319 [10OC] 
Descriptions 

Children's Justice Act (S. 140), 18881 [4AU] 
Documents 

Allow Individual States To Set Maximum Speed 
Limits in Certain Rural Areas: Arizona, 13650 
[12JN] 
Organized Crime Control Act Corrections (H.R. 
5445), 29954 [90C] 
Essays 

Biggest Problem Teenagers Face Today: Heather 
L. Kimmel, 29121 [60C] 

Katherine Shenasky, 29121 [60C] 

Lauren Casey, 29121 [60C] 

Stephanie Cyran, 29122 [60C] 

What I Would Do if Offered Drugs: Andrew Hoff- 
man (excerpt), 25377 [22SE] 

Due Pham (excerpt), 25377 [22SE] 

Jason Gonzales (excerpt), 17856 [28JY] 

Jennifer Romo (excerpt), 25377 [22SE] 

Kristine Christian (excerpt), 17856 [28JY] 

Melissa Masinsin (excerpt), 25377 [22SE] 

Sharonda Whittle (excerpt), 17856 [28JY] 

Simone Mack (excerpt), 17856 [28JY] 

(sundry excerpts), 30416 [10OC] 

Tamara Franklin (excerpt), 17856 [28JY] 

Tiffany Everett (excerpt), 25377 [22SE] 

Eulogies 

Delbert Lannier: Representative Barnard, 30281 
[10OC] 
Explanations 

Amendment to the drug control bill to assure 
access for eligible homeless persons to Govern- 
ment assistance programs, 26733 [27SE] 
Interviews 

Use of the Freedom of Information Act to identify 
informants: Senator Nunn with Gary Bowdach 
(excerpt), 26769 [27SE] 
Letters 

Airport security: Senator Byrd, 8765 [28AP] 
Assignment policy for Capitol Police officers: Sena- 
tors Kassebaum and Boren, 11794 [21 MY] 
Comprehensive Money Laundering Prevention Act: 
Dept. of Justice, 22690 [10SE] 

Dept. of the Treasury, 22690 [10SE] 

Controlled Substances Import and Export Act: 
Committee on Ways and Means (1970), 22684 
[10SE] 

Committee on Ways and Means (1986), 

22684 [10SE] 
Drug interdiction responsibilities: Dept. of Defense, 

22932 [USE] 
Drug traffickers: police chief of Detroit, MI (ex- 
cerpt), 31249 [150C] 
Federal Firearms Law Reform Act: Minnesota law 

enforcement community, 6898 [9AP] 
Firearms Owners' Protection Act: West Virginia 

Sheriffs' Association, 3245 [27FE] 
Impact of the Freedom of Information Act on 
Drug Enforcement: Dept. of Justice, 26771 
[27SE] 
Juvenile arson: Jonathan Beldue, 11094 [15MY] 



Money laundering: Dept. of Justice, 33836 [180C] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: DEA, 22916 [USE] 

Dept. of HHS, 22917 [USE] 

National Association of State Controlled 

Substances Authorities, 22917 [USE] 
Organized Crime Control Act amendments: ACLU, 

29309 [10OC] 
Polygraph Protection Act: sundry, 4541, 4546 

[12MR] 
Preservation of status and jurisdiction of the Su- 
preme Court police: Warren E. Burger, Chief 
Justice of the U.S., 23074 [12SE] 
Regulation of armor-piercing bullets: Arthur B. 

Alphin, 3888 [6MR] 
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Associa- 
tion, 3893 [6MR] 

Police Foundation, 3893 [6MR] 

several law enforcement organizations, 3884 

[6MR] 

sundry, 3890 [6MR] 

Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Handgun 

Crime: Lawrence I. Brant, 16514 [15JY] 
Shooting of Officer Stephen Smith: Dept. of Jus- 
tice, 30214 [10OC] 

Representative Gonzalez, 30214 [10OC] 

Strengthen aviation security programs: Dept. of 

Transportation, 11318 [20MY] 
Tax treatment of annuities of Federal, State, and 
local government employees: (sundry excerpts), 
22238, 22239 [8SE] 
U.S. Marshals Service: Dept. of Justice, 1586 [4FE] 
Lists 

Cosponsors of H. Res. 547, calling upon President 
to convene world summit regarding formulation 
of a unified international program against terror- 
ism, 23259 [12SE] 
Law enforcement officers killed due to criminal 

action— 1985, 23693-23695 [17SE] 
National Police Officers' Memorial Day — roll of 

heroes— 1985, 11119 [15MY] 
Newark, NJ, Police Dept. annual award winners, 

10723 [14MY] 
Organizations supporting 911 emergency number, 
21969 [15AU] 
Memorandums 

Protection of Institutional Confidential Sources: 
Richard Ehlke, 27191 [30SE] 
Memorials of legislature 

Arizona, 5586 [19MR], 13650 [12JN] 
Motion 

Firearms Owners' Protection Act: enact (H.R. 945), 
motion to discharge committee from consider- 
ation of resolution providing for consideration 
(H. Res. 290), 4700 [13MR] 
Motor vehicles: strengthen provisions respecting 
disclosure of mileage (H.R. 780), pass S. 475 in 
lieu, 28802 [60C] 
Truth in Mileage Act: enact (H.R. 780), pass S. 475 
in lieu, 28802 [60C] 
Motions 

Indians: sexual molestation of minors on reserva- 
tions (H.R. 3826), pass S. 1818 in lieu, 8745 
[28AP] 
Opinions 
Drug interdiction responsibilities: Warren E. 
Burger, Chief Justice of the U.S., 22932 [USE] 
Petitions 

Annual conference resolutions: International Asso- 
ciation of Chiefs of Police, 4312 [1 1MR] 
Funding for local law enforcement officers to 
attend FBI National Academy, Quantico, VA: 
Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, 22367 
[9SE] 
Narcotics and illegal immigrants: Florida Sheriffs 

Association, 22740 [10SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: Baptist Ministers' Conference of Great- 
er New York and Vicinity, 28691 [30C] 
Poems 

"Villain Crack," Catrena Gunsby, 33597 [170C] 
Prayers 

1985 National Police Prayer, 23695 [17SE] 



LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Questions and answers 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act (H.R. 5484), 22918 [USE] 
Remarks in House 
Airport Security Improvement Act: enact (H.R. 

4137), 2030 [6FE] 
Anti-Cocaine Amendments Act: enact (H.R. 5195) 

18844 [1AU] 
Antikickback Enforcement Act: enact, 10254 [9MY] 
Arizona: provide for proper administration of jus- 
tice within the Salt River Pima/Maricopa Indian 
Community (H.R. 4900), 12022 [22MY], 25420 
[23SE] 
Armed Drug Offenders' Penalties Act: enact (H.R 

4705), 8992 [29AP] 
Armed Drug Trafficking Act: enact (H.R. 4692), 

8842 [28AP] 
Arson: juvenile, 11094 [15MY] 
Automated Teller Machine Crime Prevention Act: 

enact (H.R. 5238), 18232 [30JY] 
Automatic firearms: freeze, 30433 [10OC] 
Bahamas: drug trafficking, 22943 [USE] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt certain health, safety and law en- 
forcement agencies from budget reductions (H.R. 
4035), 484 [23JA] 

impact, 491 [23JA] 

Behan, Cornelius: handgun legislation policies, 7095 
[10AP] 

tribute, 7095 [10AP] 

Biological Weapons Act: enact (H.R. 5311), 18817 

[1AU] 
Boats and boating: establish uniform boat titling 
system between States (H.R. 4731), 9700 [6MY], 
28783 [60C], 33689 [180C] 
Bolivia: narcotic traffic and U.S. economic assist- 
ance, 13648 [12JN] 

U.S. Armed Forces assistance to combat 

drug trafficking, 17163 [21JY], 18841 [1AU] 
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: abuses, 

5780, 5781 [20MR] 
Burlington, MA: arrest of drug smugglers, 4363 

[11MR] 

Capital punishment: withhold Federal funding from 

States that fail to adopt, for those who kill law 

enforcement officers (H.R. 2531), 16878 [17JY] 

Cayman Islands: Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, 

17519 [23JY] 
Child abuse: ratify Hague Convention treaty rela- 
tive to international, 18819 [1AU] 

study results, 17164 [21JY] 

Child Abuse Victims Rights Act: enact (H.R. 4157), 

2054 [6FE] 
Child Protection Act: enact (H.R. 5000), 12829 

[5JN] 
Children's Justice Act: enact (S. 140), 18878-18891 

[4AU], 19618 [6AU] 
Civil liberties: protect owners rights, 5199 [18MR] 
Civil RICO Amendments Act: enact (H.R. 4892), 

16292 [26JN] 
Comprehensive Money Laundering Prevention Act: 
enact (H.R. 5176), 18256 [31JY], 18848 [1AU], 
22690 [10SE] 
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: enact (H.R. 4562), 

7816 [16AP], 9159 [30AP] 
Congressional Security Survey Act: enact (H.R. 

3387), 8981 [29AP] 
Cooke County, TX: tribute to Police Dept., 28663 

[30C] 
Crime and criminals: forfeiture of assets, 22961 

[USE] 
funding efforts to combat narcotics traffick- 
ing, 17628-17638 [24JY] 

statistics of black against black, 3767 [5MR] 

Crime Victim's Week: designate (H.J. Res. 570), 

8582 [23AP] 

Dallas, TX: tribute to Police Dept., 14203 [17JN] 

DEA: ability to waive the non-Federal share 

matching requirement under the State and local 

drug enforcement grant program, 22952 [USE] 

Drug abuse: crime reduction proposals, 21430 

[13AU] 



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funding to combat, 23367 [16SE] 

use of Customs forfeiture fund to increase 

number of Customs officers and canine enforce- 
ment programs (H.R. 5308), 18820 [1AU] 
use of Dept. of Justice assets forfeiture fund 

for education and prevention programs (H.R. 

5309), 18820 [1AU] 
Drug Trade Elimination Act: enact (H.R. 5329), 

18854 [1AU] 
Drugs: effects of Customs Service budget cuts on 

trafficking enforcement, 341 [22JA] 
Exclusionary rule, 22955-22960 [USE] 
FBI: release of uniform crime reports, 18041 [29JY] 
Federal employees: drug testing, 20747 [11AU] 
Firearms: regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets (H.R. 3132), 20730 

[11AU], 22045, 22166 [15AU] 
regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets (H.R. 3132), appointment 

of conferees, 20731 [11AU] 

regulation of handguns, 15642 [25JN] 

Firearms Owners' Protection Act: enact, 2029 

[6FE] 
enact (H.R. 945), 3245 [27FE], 5318 [18MR], 

5586 [19MR] 
Foreign countries: U.S. drug interdiction efforts, 

25080, 25089, 25090 [19SE] 
Funding, 23367 [16SE] 

Gadell, Scott: killed during shootout, 16878 [17JY] 
Grand Prairie, TX: tribute to Police Dept., 14203 

[17JN] 
Greece: programs to improve traveler security in 

response to terrorism, 17525 [23JY] 
Gun Control Act: amend (S. 49), 2029 [6FE] 
Indians: sexual molestation of minors on reserva- 
tions (H.R. 3826), 8743 [28AP], 8744 [29AP] 
sexual molestation of minors on reservations 

(H.R. 3826), S. 1818 passed in lieu, 8745 [28AP] 
Inter-American Drug Control Commission: cre- 
ation, 18022 [29JY] 
International Drug Traffic Enforcement Act: enact 

(H.R. 5310), 20203 [8AU] 
Ireland, Northern: investigation into the conduct of 

the police force, 30147 [90C] 
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: 

State and local programs, 16983 [17JY] 
Kansas City, MO: Project STAR educational pro- 
gram about drug abuse, 33602 [170C] 
KHQA-TV, Hannibal, MO, and Quincy, IL: drunk 

and drugged driving awareness program, 9363 

[1MY] 
Law Enforcement Officers Protection Act: enact 

(H.R. 3132), 4005 [6MR], 20730 [11AU], 22045 

[15AU], 22166 [15AU] 
enact (H.R. 3132), appointment of conferees, 

20731 [11AU] 
Law Enforcement Risk Reduction Act: enact (H.R. 

5186), 17015 [17JY] 
Local Law Enforcement Personnel Act: enact 

(H.R. 5307), 18820 [1AU] 
Mexico: activities of law enforcement agents in 

combating drug traffic, 22047 [15AU] 

antidrug programs, 16986 [17JY] 

Motor vehicles: strengthen provisions respecting 

disclosure of mileage (H.R. 780), 28799 [60C] 

strengthen provisions respecting disclosure 

of mileage (H.R. 780), S. 475 passed in lieu, 
28802 [60C] 
Narcotics: authorize the provision of military equip- 
ment to law enforcement agencies in trafficking 
control, 18826 [1AU] 

funding programs to combat drug trafficking 

and abuse, 22945 [USE] 

imposition of death penalty for certain drug 

related homicides, 22965-22976 [USE] 

-programs to combat spread of crack, 30150 



[90C] 

search warrants, 11127 [19MY] 

use of Armed Forces to control drug traffic, 



22925 [USE] 
National Conference of State Societies: student 

essay contest on drug abuse, 17856 [28JY] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate 

(H.J. Res. 594), 30188 [10OC] 



designate (H.J. Res. 621), 9474 [5MY] 

National Crusade Against Drug Abuse: student 
essay contest, 17856 [28JY], 25377 [22SE], 29121 
[60C], 30416 [10OC] 
National Drug Enforcement Policy Board: submis- 
sion of report on drug-related arrests, 23856 
[17SE] 
National Police Officers' Memorial Day: observ- 
ance, 10562 [13MY], 10723 [14MY], 11110, 11112, 
11118, 11120 [15MY] 
National Police Week: observance, 10562 [13MY], 

10723 [14MY] 
New York, NY: efforts of Rita Smith and Gertrude 

Russell to eradicate drug abuse, 18026 [29JY] 
law enforcement and drug abuse in Brook- 
lyn, 26561 [26SE] 
New York State Police: commendations for han- 
dling of Cuban seaman defection incident, 17992 
[29JY] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (S.J. Res. 

405), 24655 [18SE] 
Ochoa Vasquez, Jorge L.: reward for arrest of nar- 
cotics trafficker, 22921 [USE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22320, 22492 [9SE], 
22641-22644, 22650, 22656, 22658, 22670-22735, 
22740 [10SE], 22871, 22936, 22950, 23002-23014 
[USE], 23272, 23279 [12SE], 23856 [17SE], 24710 
[18SE], 25090 [19SE], 25708, 25710, 25716, 25718, 
25727 [23SE], 26374, 26377 [25SE], 26561 [26SE], 
27445 [30SE], 27744 [IOC], 28691 [30C], 29608, 
29632-29633 [80C], 32676 [160C], 32712, 32717- 
32727, 32728, 33598 [170C], 33950 [6NO] 

enact (H.R. 5484), authorizing corrections in 

engrossment, 23005 [USE] 

enact (H.R. 5484), debate procedure, 22735 

[10SE] 

enact (H.R. 5484), technical corrections, 

29702 [80C] 

enforcement of provisions, 29231 [70C] 

Organized Crime Control Act: amend (H.R. 5445), 
29232, 29297, 29298, 29304-29309 [70C], 30452 
[10OC] 

amend (H.R. 5445), scheduling of legislation, 

28741 [60C] 

amend (H.R. 5445), technical corrections, 

29954 [90C] 
Park Police: correct pay inequity with other Feder- 
al employees, 30427 [10OC] 
Philadelphia, PA: anniversary of the Child Advoca- 
cy Unit of the Defender Association, 30452 
[10OC] 
Police Foundation: tribute, 24724 [18SE] 
Polygraph Protection Act: enact (H.R. 1524), 4515, 
4522-4553 [12MR] 

enact (H.R. 1524), technical corrections, 

4553 [12MR] 
Pornography Victims Protection Act: enact (H.R. 

5509), 25721 [23SE] 
Prisons: amend age restrictions for Federal employ- 
ment (H.R. 3911), 204 [21JA] 
Religious property: establish Federal crime for van- 
dalizing (H.R. 4980), 25346 [22SE], 25349 [23SE], 
29230 [70C] 
Roads and highways: allow individual States to set 
maximum speed limits in certain rural areas (H.R. 
1163), 13650 [12JN] 

speed limit, 13394 [11JN] 

Santa Fe, NM: European Parliament and Members 
of Congress conference regarding drug abuse, 
17523 [23JY] 
Secret Service: correct pay inequity with other 

Federal employees, 30427 [10OC] 
Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Handgun 

Crime: objectives, 16514 [15JY] 
Speed limit: allow States to monitor certain Feder- 
al-aid primary roads for purposes of determining 
compliance with national maximum (H.R. 5164), 
16521 [15JY] 
Students Against Drunk Driving: efforts for new 

laws, 10347 [12MY] 
Supplementary Extradition Treaty With the United 
Kingdom: ratification, 17008 [17JY], 17516 [23JY] 



Taser Gun Prohibition Act: enact (H.R. 5201), 

16996 [17JY] 
Television: provide a criminal penalty for interfer- 
ence with satellite-transmitted programs (H.R. 
4983), 13406 [1 UN] 
Terrorism: airport security, 8232 [21AP] 

call upon President to convene a world 

summit regarding formulation of a unified inter- 
national program (H. Res. 547), 23258 [12SE], 
27342 [30SE], 32170, 32171 [160C] 
efforts to reduce international, 17014 [17JY], 

17695 [24JY] 

State and local police response, 11991 

[22MY] 

U.S. apprehension of international terrorists 

abroad for trial, 18832 [1AU] 
Texas: Hawkins Independent School District drug 

testing program, 30457 [10OC] 
Truth in Mileage Act: enact (H.R. 780), 28799 

[60C] 
enact (H.R. 780), S. 475 passed in lieu, 28802 

[60C] 
U.N. Fund for Drug Abuse Control: international 

contributions, 8229 [21AP] 
U.S. Border Patrol: commendations for handling of 

Cuban seaman defection incident, 17992 [29JY] 
U.S.-Mexico Interparliamentary Conference: 

agenda, 16239 [26JN] 
Weapons: prohibit possession, manufacture, sale, 

importation, and mailing of ballistic knives (H.R. 

4711), 8850 [29AP] 
Welsh, Kevin: tribute, 19949 [8AU] 
Youth Drug Protection Act: enact (H.R. 5247), 

17719 [24JY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Airports: benefits for security personnel (S. 2066), 

1912 [6FE] 
Ambrogio, John P.: tribute, 13382 [11JN] 
Anti-Drug Abuse Act: enact (S. 2878), 26175 

[25SE], 26433-26465 [26SE], 26729 [27SE] 
Antiterrorism and Air Security Act: enact (S. 

2468), 11317 [20MY] 
Blais, Leo: tribute, 23491 [16SE] 
Boats and boating: establish uniform boat titling 

system between States (H.R. 4731), 29918 [90C], 

33735 [180C] 
Booker, Cicero B., Jr.: address to the Connecticut 

Civil Liberties Union, 22470 [9SE] 
Capitol Police: security improvement, 15824 [26JN] 

tribute, 11794 [21 MY] 

Child Protection Forfeiture Amendments Act: 

enact (S. 2730), 20148 [8AU] 
Children's Justice Act: enact (S. 140), 21410 [13AU] 
Civil liberties: hold hearings on protecting citizens 

from improper investigative and prosecutorial 

practices (S. Res. 514), 33392-33435 [HOC] 
Colombia: economic assistance for drug interdic- 
tion, 26824 [27SE] 
Courts: amend standards for the use of wiretapping, 

26764-26771 [27SE] 
Crime and criminals: protection of public safety and 

criminals' rights, 14101 [17JN] 
Customs Service: increase effectiveness in law en- 
forcement matters (S. 2748), 22014 [15AU] 
DEA: dangers posed to life of agents, 13864 [16JN] 
Death: increase benefit payable for a public safety 

officer (S. 2499), 11750 [21 MY] 
Dove, Jerry: tribute, 7375 [14AP] 
Drug abuse: law enforcement in national forests (S. 

2809), 22587 [10SE] 
Drug Enforcement Act: enact (S. 2850), 25633, 

25676-25679 [23SE] 
Drug Enforcement Administration Excepted Serv- 
ice Act: enact (S. 2011), 318 [22JA] 
Eney, Christopher: provide for treatment as a 

public safety officer, 29446 [80C] 
FAA: airport security, 8765 [28AP] 
Firearms: plastic or nonmetallic weapons (S. 2401), 

9306 [1MY], 12955 [6JN] 
regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets (H.R. 3132), 21373 [13AU] 






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regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets (H.R. 3132), S. 104 lan- 
guage passed in lieu, 3897 [6MR] 

regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets (S. 104), 3523 [4MR], 3689 
[5MR], 3881-3897 [6MR], 7386 [HAP] 
Freedom of Information Act: amendments, 31423 
[150C] 

regulate access to Government records by 

criminal organizations, 26763-26771 [27SE] 
Grass, Malcolm E.: tribute, 12089 [2JN] 
Heroism: tribute to officers who where killed in the 

line of duty, 23692 [17SE] 
Interagency Committee on Security Equipment: 

funding, 28476 [30C] 
International Congress on Terrorism: convene (S. 

Res. 297), 1936 [6FE] 
Lannier, Delbert: tribute, 30280 [10OC] 
Law Enforcement Officers Protection Act: enact 

(H.R. 3132), 21373 [13AU] 
Narcotic traffic: comprehensive law enforcement 
policy (S. 2798), 22433-22439 [9SE], 22498- 
22500, 22505-22510, 22512, 22514 [10SE], 23285 
[15SE] 
Narcotics: exempt Coast Guard from restrictions 
regarding participation in foreign police arrest 
actions, 26718 [27SE] 

funding for crime laboratories, 26824 [27SE] 

National Correctional Officers Week: designate 
(H.J. Res. 594), 33815 [180C] 

designate (S.J. Res. 328), 8308 [22AP] 

National Police Officers' Memorial Day: observ- 
ance, 10637 [14MY], 10812, 10865 [15MY], 11342 
[20MY] 
National Police Week: observance, 10637 [14MY], 

10770, 10871 [15MY] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (S.J. Res. 
405), 21968 [15AU], 22615 [10SE], 22856 [USE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: amend freedom of information provi- 
sions, 31414 [150C] 

authorizing additional funds for secure voice 

radios, 26694 [27SE] 

conform certain provisions of H.R. 5484 to 

the Congressional Budget Act, 26820, 26837 
[27SE] 

enact (H.R. 5484), 23033, 23034 [12SE], 

23483, 23511 [16SE], 26473-26476 [26SE], 26694, 
26709-26837 [27SE], 27134, 27159, 27160, 27161- 
27252 [30SE], 27683 [IOC], 30229, 30318 [10OC], 
30475-30478, 30703 [HOC], 31248, 31395, 31408, 
31421 [150C], 32351, 32570 [160C], 33245-33252 
[170C], 33836 [180C] 
enact (H.R. 5484), substitute S. 2878 lan- 
guage in lieu, 26473 [26SE] 

enact (H.R. 5484), time-limitation agreement, 

26885 [27SE] 
enact (H.R. 5484), uninamous-consent agree- 
ment, 26837 [27SE] 

funding, 28457 [30C] 

modify provisions, 31408 [150C] 

-sense relative to appropriation of funds for 



implementation, 27164 [30SE] 

strike Anti-Drug Trust Fund, 31412 [150C] 

Roberts, Delaine: nomination as U.S. Marshal con- 
firmed, 1709 [5FE] 
Safety: protection of public safety and criminals' 

rights, 14101 [17JN] 
Supreme Court: preserve status and jurisdiction of 

police (S. 2814), 23073 [12SE], 23285 [15SE] 
protective services for Justices and court 

personnel (H.R. 5362), 27297 [30SE] 
Telephones: authorizing wiretapping in hostage 

taking situations, 28352 [30C] 
Tempest, Raymond D.: tribute, 23839 [17SE] 
U.S. marshals: presence at court sessions (S. 2732), 

20149 [8AU] 
U.S. Marshals Service Act: enact (S. 2044), 1584 

[4FE] 
Welsh, Kevin: tribute, 20034 [8AU] 
Reports 

Administrative Cost of Carrying Out Duties of the 

Marshal of the Supreme Court for 1983-86: 

Alfred Wong, 23075-23076 [12SE] 



Impact of the Freedom of Information Act on 
Drug Enforcement: DEA (excerpt), 26768 [27SE] 

Senate Judiciary Committee (excerpt), 26769 

[27SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act (H.R. 5484): sundry (excerpt), 27168 
[30SE] 
Protection of Confidential Sources: Senate Judici- 
ary Committee (excerpt), 27189 [30SE] 
Standoff in U.S. -Bolivia Cocaine War: Council on 

Hemispheric Affairs, 13648 [12JN] 
U.S. -Mexico Interparliamentary Conference, 16239 
[26JN] 
Reports filed 

Designate Crime Victims Week: Committee on the 

Judiciary (S.J. Res. 297), 5664 [20MR] 
Enforcement of Custom Laws Against Illegal Drug 
Traffic: Committee on Ways and Means (H.R. 
5410) (S. Rept. 99-794), 22143 [15AU] 
Establish Uniform Boat Titling System Between 
States: Committee on Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries (H.R. 4731) (H. Rept. 99-968), 28823 [60C] 
Extension of Authority of Supreme Court Police 
To Provide Protective Services for Justices and 
Court Personnel: Committee on the Judiciary 
(H.R. 5362) (H. Rept. 99-912), 27116 [29SE] 
Federal Efforts To Encourage Foreign Cooperation 
in Eradicating Illicit Drug Crops and Prevention 
of International Drug Traffic: Committee on 
Rules (H.R. 5484; H. Res. 541) (H. Rept. 99-810, 
22366 [9SE] 
Federal Role in Investigation of Serial Violent 
Crime: Committee on Government Operations 
(H. Rept. 99-888), 26369 [25SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: Committee on Rules (H.R. 5484; H. 
Res. 576) (H. Rept. 99-974), 29386 [70C] 

Committee on Rules (H.R. 5484; H. Res. 

597) (H. Rept. 99-1010), 32329 [160C] 
Provision for Proper Administration of Justice 
Within Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Com- 
munity, AZ: Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs (H.R. 4900) (H. Rept. 99-868), 25456 
[23SE] 
Resolutions by organizations 

National issues: Military Order of the World Wars 
(sundry), 23860 [17SE] 
Rulings of the Chair 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22871 [USE] 
Statements 

Anti-Drug Abuse Behavior: Don Parker, 26459 

[26SE] 
Anti-Drug Abuse Legislation and Federal Law En- 
forcement Community: President Reagan, 26442 
[26SE] 
Armor- Piercing Bullets: President Reagan, 21373 

[13AU] 
Drug Interdiction Efforts in Foreign Countries — 

Trade Act (excerpt), 25080 [19SE] 
Drug Trafficking Is Result of Supply and Demand 

(sundry), 1473 [4FE] 
Enforcing Drug Laws: DEA, 22507 [10SE] 
European Parliament and Members of Congress 
Conference Regarding Drug Abuse in Santa Fe, 
NM: Representative Gilman, 17523 [23JY] 
Exclusionary Rule: Robert Wagner, 22957 [USE] 
Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement Rela- 
tions: Representative Gonzalez, 30213 [10OC] 
Greater Love Hath No Man: Virgil D. Penn, Jr., 

23693 [17SE] 
National Police Officers' Memorial Day, 11118 

[15MY] 
National Speed Limit Law: J.M. Barnett, 14088 

[17JN] 
Organized Crime Control Act— Racketeer Influ- 
enced and Corrupt Organizations Reform (ex- 
cerpts), 29305 [10OC] 
Regulation of Armor-Piercing Bullets: Senator 

Dole, 3895 [6MR] 
Tax Treatment of Annuities of Federal, State, and 
Local Government Employees, 22642 [10SE] 
Summaries 

Antikickback Enforcement Act, 10255 [9MY] 



LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Drug Enforcement Act (S. 2850), 25672-25676 

[23SE] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act (H.R. 
4952): Committee on the Judiciary, 26767 [27SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act (H.R. 5484), 32351 [160C] 
Problems Raised by Congress Watch/Public Citi- 
zen Proposed "RICO" Amendment, 16293-16296 
[26JN] 
Tables 
Federal law enforcement program funding, 23367 

[16SE] 
Foreign countries with both duty-free treatment 
and drug interdiction efforts from the U.S., 25080 
[19SE] 
Funding for the drug-free America initiative, 

26821-26822 [27SE] 
House continuing resolution antidrug versus Senate 
continuing resolution antidrug— fiscal year 1987 
(compared to Senate appropriation level), 28462 
[30C] 
Omnibus Drug Supplemental Appropriations Act, 

28462 [30C] 
Senate appropriations plus drug bill versus 302(b) 

allocation— fiscal year 1987, 26822 [27SE] 
U.N. Fund for Drug Abuse Control— status of cash 
contributions pledged or received as of Dec. 31, 
1985, 8229 [21AP] 
Telegrams 
Investigation into the conduct of the police force in 
Northern Ireland: sundry Representatives, 30147 
[90C] 
Texts of 
H. Con. Res. 415, enrollment corrections in the 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and 
Control Act, 32786 [170C] 
H. Res. 541, consideration of Omnibus Drug En- 
forcement, Education, and Control Act (H.R. 
5484), 22650 [10SE] 
H. Res. 547, summit meeting to develop program 

against international terrorism, 27342 [30SE] 
H.J. Res. 594, National Correctional Officers Week, 

30188 [10OC] 
H.J. Res. 621, National Correctional Officers Week, 

9474 [5MY] 
H.R. 780, Truth in Mileage Act, 28800 [60C] 
H.R. 3132, regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets, 3897 [6MR] 
H.R. 3826, penalties for sexual molestation of 

minors on Indian reservations, 8743 [28AP] 
H.R. 3911, amend age restrictions for employment 

in Federal prisons, 205 [21 J A] 
H.R. 4137, Airport Security Improvement Act, 

2030 [6FE] 
H.R. 4731, Recreational Boating Safety Act, 28783 

[60C] 
H.R. 4892, Civil RICO Amendments Act, 16292 

[26JN] 
H.R. 4900, provide for proper administration of jus- 
tice within Salt River Pima/Maricopa Indian 
Community, 25420 [23SE] 
H.R. 4980, criminal penalties for vandalizing reli- 
gious property, 25346 [22SE] 
H.R. 5000, Child Protection Act, 12829 [5JN] 
H.R. 5186, Law Enforcement Risk Reduction Act, 

17015 [17JY] 
H.R. 5201, Taser Gun Prohibition Act, 16996 

[17JY] 
H.R. 5238, Automated Teller Machine Crime Pre- 
vention Act, 18232 [30JY] 
H.R. 5445, amend the Organized Crime Control 

Act, 29297 [70C], 29308 [10OC] 
H.R. 5484, Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, 
and Control Act, 22871-22913 [USE], 27194- 
27251 [60C] 
S. 104, regulate manufacture and importation of 

armor-piercing bullets, 3892 [6MR] 
S. 1818, penalties for sexual molestation of minors 

on Indian reservations, 8745 [28AP] 
S. 2011, Drug Enforcement Administration Except- 
ed Service Act, 318 [22JA] 









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S. 2044, U.S. Marshals Service Act, 1584-1586 

[4FE] 
S. 2066, Airport Security Improvement Act, 1913 

[6FE] 
S. 2401, ban plastic or nonmetallic firearms, 9306 

[1MY] 
S. 2468, Antiterrorism and Air Security Act, 11318 

[20MY] 
S. 2730, Child Protection Forfeiture Amendments 

Act, 20149 [8AU] 
S. 2814, preserve status and jurisdiction of Supreme 

Court police, 23074 [12SE] 
S. 2850, Drug Enforcement Act, 25633-25672 

[23SE] 
S. 2878, Anti-Drug Abuse Act, 26099-26135 

[25SE], 26445 [26SE] 
S. Res. 360, maintain funding for domestic internal 

security against terrorism, 3549 [4MR] 
S. Res. 514, protect citizens from improper investi- 
gation and prosecution practices, 33436 [170C] 
S.J. Res. 405, 9-1-1 Emergency Number Day, 22615 
[10SE], 24655 [18SE] 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS PROTEC- 
TION ACT 
Amendments 

Enact (H.R. 3132), 20730 [11AU] 
Appointments 

Conferees: H.R. 3132, 20731 [11AU] 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 3132), 4005 [6MR], 20730 [11AU], 
22045 [15AU], 22166 [15AU] 

appointment of conferees, 20731 [11AU] 

Remarks in Senate 

Enact (H.R. 3132), 21373 [13AU] 
LAW ENFORCEMENT RISK REDUCTION ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 5186), 17015 [17JY] 
Texts of 

H.R. 5186, provisions, 17015 117JY] 
LA WE (U.S.S.) 
Remarks in Senate 

Michigan: berthing of retired destroyer, 27291 
[30SE] 
LAWHUN, DALLAS E. (GENE) 
Letters 

Tribute: Committee on Public Works and Transpor- 
tation, 30408 [10OC] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 30408 [10OC] 
Songs 

"Down in the Valley or Gene's Lament," Rangos 
and Smith, 30408 [10OC] 
LAWN, JOHN 
Statements 

Enforcing Drug Laws, 22507 [10SE] 
LAWRENCE, ARTHUR M. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 23258 [12SE] 
LAWRENCE, DAVID, JR. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 8034 [17AP] 
LAWRENCE, JACOB 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 16278 [26JN] 
LAWRENCE, KATHLEEN W 
Biographies 

Educational Experience (excerpt), 33479 [170C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Dept. of Agriculture: nomination, 33479 [170C] 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, 
and Forestry, 16615 [16JY] 
LAWRENCE, KS 
Bills and resolutions 

Courts: sessions (see H.R. 5502) 
Remarks in Senate 

Bankruptcy: provide that court may be held, 10000 
[8MY] 
LAWRENCE, LARRY 
Remarks in Senate 

San Diego, CA: dedication of the Larry Lawrence 
Jewish Community Center, 30705 [140C] 



LAWRENCE, MA 
Petitions 

Anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912, 
22192 [15AU] 
Remarks in House 

Bread and Roses Strike of 1912: anniversary, 22192 

[15AU] 
Buckley, John J.; tribute, 14484 [18JN] 
LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA 
Remarks in House 

Frazier, Joseph P.: tribute, 1 1967 [22MY] 
Rishel, Donald L.: tribute, 1814 [5FE] 
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Brearly, David: tribute, 14219 [17JN] 
LAWTON, OK 
Remarks in Senate 

Sullivan, Elbrege: tribute, 5439 [19MR] 
LAWYERS 
Addresses 

Assessing the Civil Justice System: Richard J. 

Haayen, 9685 [6MY] 
Conference on Defending Right to Counsel: Sena- 
tor Kerry, 1416-1418 [3FE] 
Legal and Civil Rights Implications of Acquired 
Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Representative 
Waxman, 21427 [13AU] 
More Lawyers and More Lawyers With Access: 

Senator Eagleton, 28872 [60C] 
Role of Advice and Consent in Judicial Nomina- 
tions: Senator Biden, 12961-12963 [6JN] 
St. Thomas More Award: Representative Conte, 
10375 [13MY], 10520 [13MY] 
Amendments 

Children: improve investigation and prosecution of 
child abuse cases (S. 140). 20914-20916 [12AU] 

improve investigation and prosecution of 

child abuse cases (S. 985), 33780 [180C] 
Crime and criminals: improve legal services to indi- 
viduals unable to afford representation (S. 1581), 
29113, 29114 [60C] 
Firearms: protect constitutional rights of owners (S. 

49), 9556-9559, 9599 [6MY] 
Government: provisions for retention of private 
counsel for debt collection services (S. 209), 5362 
[19MR] 
Legal services: improve delivery to individuals who 
cannot afford representation (H.R. 3004), 30836- 
30841 [140C], 31944-31948 [150C] 
Poverty: improve legal services to individuals 
unable to afford representation (S. 1581), 29072 
[60C] 
Analyses 

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to S. 140, 
Improvements in Investigation and Prosecution 
of Child Abuse Cases, 20917 [12AU] 
Manion Briefs: Chicago Council of Lawyers, 15366 
[25JN] 

Dept. of Justice, 15424 [25JN] 

Paralegal Coordination and Activities Act (S. 

2632), 15892 [26JN] 
Tort Action Procedure Reform Act (H.R. 4920), 
12287 [3JN] 
Articles and editorials 

ABA Code of Judicial Conduct, 23299 [15SE] 
Albany Loses Good Man, 11356 [20MY] 
Assembly Speaker Calls Its Quits, 11357 [20MY] 
Attorney To Receive Award as Outstanding Black 

Woman, 17253 [22JY] 
Bradford Morse— A Career in Public Service, 
Capped by Guiding a UN Agency, 1317 [30JA] 
Congress Restricts Medicaid Payment for Abortion, 

5943 [21 MR] 
Court Was "Superficial" in the Homosexuality 

Case, 16979 [17JY] 
"Crisis" Accurate Label for Insurance Mess, 8230 

[21AP] 
Discouraging Excessive Liability Claims, 14745 

[19JN] 
Everybody's Crisis, 5608 [20MR] 
Fink Won't Seek Reelection, 11356 [20MY] 
Going Private With Legal Aid, 11341 [20MY], 
13405 [UJN] 



Hoosier's High-Court Fine Could Slow the Rush 

To Sue, 610 [28JA] 
Insurance Costs Imperil Recreation Industry, 10814 

[15MY] 
Insurance Loss is Threatening Town Services, 9787 

[7MY] 
Lawyering of America, 4579 [12MR] 
Lawyers Raise Funds To Protect Fees, 12503 [4JN] 
Legal Tools Limited To Enforce Subpoena, 27743 

[IOC] 
Liability Crisis, 9784-9787 [7MY] 
Liability Crisis — Litigation Loosens Stiff Upper 

Lip, 4581 [12MR] 
Liability Insurance Rates Skyrocket — NGA 

Survey, 158 [21JA] 
Liability Law Reform Parade Grows, 13632 [12JN] 
Liability Policy Lapse Leaves Most UK Personnel 

Uninsured, 9788 [7MY] 
Liability Threat Slows Progress of Medical Tech- 
nology, 23920 [18SE] 
Majority Backs Legal Aid for Poor, 12534 [4JN] 
Man of Two Worlds— Hometown Boy, Bigtime 

Lawyer, 12956 [6JN] 
Manion Briefs, 15399 [25JN] 
Most Decisions Throughout Life Have To Be 

Based on Convictions, 29546 [80C] 
My Molested Children Were Abused by the 

System, Too, 18887 [4AU] 
Patient Gets $800,000 in Insurance Suit, 11094 

[15MY] 
Sorry, Your Policy Is Canceled, 5109-5113 [18MR] 
Speaker Whose Voice Will Echo in Albany, 11357 

[20MY] 
Stanley Fink— New Mountains To Climb, 11357 

[20MY] 
Superfund Insurance, 8576 [23AP] 
Supreme Court's New Outlook, 16515 [15JY] 
Tort Liability Insurance (excerpt), 10983, 10984, 

10986, 10987 [15MY] 
U.S. Lawyers in Moscow, 17320 [22JY] 
U.S. Worker Arrested in Student Loan Case After 

Long Search, 5365 [19MR] 
Voice of the People, 17264 [22JY] 
Bills and resolutions 

Capital punishment: specific procedures for consid- 
eration of writs of habeas corpus filed on behalf 
of certain individuals (see S. 2908) 
Courts: alternative for dispute resolution (see S. 
2038) 

prompt and inexpensive resolution of civil 

cases through arbitration (see H.R. 4341) 
Debts owed to the Government: retaining private 

counsel for legal services (see H.R. 5541) 
Education of the Handicapped Act: waiving certain 
points of order against consideration of confer- 
ence report on S. 415 (see H. Res. 505) 
Grand jury: assistance of counsel relative to pro- 
ceedings (see H.R. 5368) 

dismissal of criminal case, before or after 

judgment, upon finding of error in proceedings 
(see H.R. 5367) 
Handicapped Children's Protection Act: waiving 
certain points of order against consideration of 
conference report on S. 415 (see H. Res. 505) 
House: payment of legal fees to Members, officers, 

or employees (see H. Res. 477) 
LSC: authorizing appropriations (see S. 2409) 
restrictions on use of funds for litigation rela- 
tive to abortion (see S. 2224) 

terminate (see H.R. 4309) 

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations 

Act: amend (see S. 2907) 
Taxation: treatment of certain fringe benefits (see S. 

Res. 339) 
U.S. Sentencing Commission: clarify certain duties 
(see H.R. 4801) 
Briefs 

Lindower v. City of South Bend, IN: Daniel A. 
Manion, 15369-15374 [25JN] 






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Memorandum on the constitutionality of a limita- 
tion on the total aggregate contributions a candi- 
date may receive from political action commit- 
tees: Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (law firm), 
20439-20441 [11AU] 
Dedications 
Journal of Contemporary Health Law: George P. 
Smith II, 12516 [4JN] 
Documents 

Code of Judicial Conduct: ABA, 23299 [15SE], 

23733 [17SE] 
Texas Declaration of Independence and Constitu- 
tion (excerpts), 10226 [8MY] 
Essays 

Right to Life and the Restoration of the American 
Republic: Lewis E. Lehrman, 23268-23270 
[I2SE] 
Explanations 

Amendments to S. 1581, a bill to improve legal 
services for poor, 291 12 [60C] 
Guidelines 
Guidance to attorneys nominated to positions re- 
quiring advice and consent of the Senate: Dept. 
of State, 30490 [140C] 
Policy With Regard to the Issuance of Subpoenas 
to Attorneys for Information Relative to the 
Representation of Clients: Dept. of Justice, 3055 
3059 [27FE] 
History 

Contempt of Congress Statute (excerpt), 3055, 3056 
[27FE] 
Interviews 

Legal analysis approaches: Robert H. Bork with 
Patrick B. McGuigan, 16834-16838 [17JY] 
Letters 

Atomic arms control: Association of Soviet Law- 
yers, and Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms 
Control, 12788 [5JN] 

Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control, 

12788 [5JN] 
District of Columbia prisons: Fred B. Ugast 4239 

[11MR] 
Federal inspection of gun dealers: Dept. of the 

Treasury (excerpt), 9604 [6MY] 
Firearms Owners Protection Act: Dept. of the 

Treasury, 2469 [20FE] 
Interstate transportation of firearms: Dept. of the 
Treasury (excerpt), 9603 [6MY] 

Law Enforcement Steering Committee 

Against S. 49, 9595 [6MY] 
Judicial qualifications of Sidney A. Fitzwater: ABA 

(excerpt), 4880 [14MR] 
Legal services for individuals unable to afford rep- 
resentation: Judicial Conference (excerpt) 29111 
[60C] 
Manion judicial nomination: 40 law school deans 
15402 [25 JN] 

Chicago Council of Lawyers, 15419 [25JN] 

Robert H. Mundheim and Gerhard Casper 

15420 [25JN] 
Right of asylum: Guild of Catholic Lawyers, 2619 

[24FE] 
Senator Dole's record on gun control: Gun Owners 
of America, Inc., 7387 [MAP] 

National Rifle Association of America, 7387 

[14AP] 
Lists 

Biographies of delegates to the joint meeting of the 
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control and 
Association of Soviet Lawyers, 12788 [5JN] 
Memorandums 

Applicability of Attorney-Client Privilege Before 
Congressional Committees: James Hamilton, 3056 
[27FE] 
Comments on the Dershowitz Memorandum: Li- 
brary of Congress, 3044-3047 [27FE] 
Contempt Resolution Against Joseph and Ralph 

Bernstein: Stephen Gillers, 3042-3044 [27FE] 
Firearms Owners Protection Act: Dept. of the 

Treasury, 2470 [20FE] 
Legal Obligations To Preserve Client Confidences 
of Joseph Bernstein, Ralph Bernstein, and Wil- 
liam Deyo: Alan M. Dershowitz, 3055, 3058-3059 
[27FE] 



Motion 

Government: provisions for retention of private 
counsel for debt collection services (S. 209), in- 
sertion of text of H.R. 5541, 26995 [29SE] 
Papers 

Making War Without Will— Vietnam Rules of En- 
gagement: J. Terry Emerson, 32619-32621 
[160C] 
Petitions 

Reject Education of the Handicapped Act relative 
to rights, procedures, attorney fees, and prohibi- 
tion of discrimination (S. 415; H.R. 1523): Carls- 
bad, NM, Board of Education, 397 [23JA] 
Repealing the insurance industry's exemption from 
the antitrust laws: National Association of Attor- 
neys General, 16754 [16JY] 
Poems 

"For the Record," Edgar S. and Jean C. Cahn 
10346 [12MY] 
Polls of opinion 

Excessive cash settlements and lawyers faulted for 
rise in liability suits, 13862 [16JN] 
Remarks in House 

Andora, Anthony: tribute, 4609 [12MR] 
Bernstein, Ralph and Joseph: legal proceedings (H. 
Res. 384), 3040-3041, 3048-3055, 3060-3062, 3241 
[27FE], 7887 [17AP] 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield: court ruling on tax 

exempt status, 11093 [15MY] 
Child care: effect of liability insurance crisis, 16303 

[26JN] 
Children: award of attorneys' fees to parents of 
handicapped (S. 415), conference report, 17607- 
17612 [24JY] 
award of attorneys' fees to parents of handi- 
capped (S. 415), waiving certain points of order 
against conference report (H. Res. 505), 17599 
[24JY] 

improve investigation and prosecution of 

child abuse cases (S. 140), 7095 [10AP] 
Children's Justice Act: enact (H.R. 2999) 7095 

[10AP] 
Conte, Representative: recipient of St. Thomas 

More Award, 10519 [13MY] 
Courts: prompt and inexpensive resolution of civil 
cases through arbitration (H.R. 4341), 3850 
[6MR] 
Crime and criminals: Mafia, 4110-4115 [10MR] 
District of Columbia: prison conditions, 4238 

[11MR] 
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: attorney com- 
pliance with certain debt collection regulations 
30842 [HOC] 
Federal employees: authorize Committee on Stand- 
ards of Official Conduct to provide for payment 
of attorney's fees when complaint is filed (H. 
Res. 357), 13883 [16JN] 
Firearms: protect constitutional rights of owners (S 
49), 1800, 1801 [5FE] 

protect constitutional rights of owners (S. 

49), discharge petition, 2468, 2469 [20FE] 
Government: provisions for retention of private 
counsel for debt collection services (S 209) 
26995 [29SE] 

provisions for retention of private counsel 

for debt collection services (S. 209), H.R. 5541 
laid on the table, 26995 [29SE] 
"In Praise of Law": tribute to author, Betty Stone, 

29798 [80C] 
Insurance: liability crisis, 8854 [29AP] 

medical malpractice, 3385 [3MR] 

Jefferson County, CO: Sheriffs Complex, 23029 

[USE] 
Journalists: licensing, 9957 [7MY] 
Law Day and Loyalty Day: observance, 9367 

[1MY] 
Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law: 
information on detainees in South African pris- 
ons, 16249, 16259 [26JN] 
Legal services: improve delivery to individuals who 
cannot afford representation (H.R. 3004), 31944 
[150C] 

improve delivery to individuals who cannot 

afford representation (H.R. 3004), Senate amend- 
ment, 30836-30842 [140C] 



Lon O. Hocker Trial Lawyer Memorial Award: 

recipients, 1 1480 [20MY] 
LSC: anniversary, 10346 [12MY] 

funding, 8850 [29AP], 12534 [4JN], 13405 

[11JN] 
Members of Congress: authorize Committee on 
Standards of Official Conduct to provide for pay- 
ment of attorney's fees when complaint is filed 
(H. Res. 357), 13883 [16JN] 
Michigan: injunction of State employees against the 

UAW, 17862 [28JY] 
Morse, F. Bradford: tribute, 1316 [30JA] 
National Association of Attorneys General: position 
on unavailability and unaffordability of liability 
insurance, 16753 [16JY] 
National Symposium on Civil Justice Issues: civil 

justice system, 9685 [6MY] 
Paralegal Coordination and Activities Act- enact 

16305 [26JN] 
Product liability: damage entitlements (H.R 4910) 

12034 [22MY] 
Quiet Title Act: enact (H.R. 2484), 27376 [70C] 
Self-Insurance Enhancement Act: enact (H R 

4524), 10227 [8MY] 
Texas Law Day: observance, 10226 [8MY] 
Tort Action Procedure Reform Act: enact (H R 

4920), 12286 [3JN] 
Tort law: reform, 10982-10988 [15MY] 
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center 
tribute, 27443 [30SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

ABA: conference on Vietnam Conflict, 32619 

[160C] 
cooperative agreement with the Soviet Law- 
yers Association, 23921 [18SE] 
Business: rates for liability insurance coverage 158 

[21JA] 
Capital punishment: specific procedures for consid- 
eration of writs of habeas corpus filed on behalf 
of certain individuals (S. 2908), 28513 [30C] 
Children: award of attorneys' fees to parents of 
handicapped (S. 415), conference report, 16823- 
16825 [17JY] 

improve investigation and prosecution of 

child abuse cases (S. 140), 20914-20920 [12AU1 
21466 [14AU] 

improve investigation and prosecution of 

child abuse cases (S. 985), 33780 [180C] 
Civil liberties: right to legal representation, 1416 

[3FE] 
Conte, Representative: recipient of St. Thomas 

More Award, 10375 [13MY] 
Courts: cost of civil litigation, 609 [28JA] 

legal analysis approaches, 16834 [17JY] 

limit use of exclusionary rule (S. 2302), 7397 

[MAP], 8117, 8118 [21AP], 9428 [5MY] 

set limits on attorney fees and certain awards 

in liability cases, 14306 [18JN] 
Crime and criminals: improve legal services to indi- 
viduals unable to afford representation (H R 
3004), 29114 [60C] 

improve legal services to individuals unable 

to afford representation (S. 1581), 29109 [60C] 
Dole, Senator: clarification of allegations against 

record on gun control, 7386 [HAP] 
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: application of 

certain provisions (H.R. 237), 15901 [26JN] 
Fink, Stanley: tribute, 11356 [20MY] 
Firearms: protect constitutional rights of owners (S 
49), 7386 [HAP], 9296 [1MY], 9556-9559, 9589 
9598-9606 [6MY], 11257, 11342 [20MY] 
Fisher, Stanley: tribute, 25744 [24SE] 
Government: provisions for retention of private 
counsel for debt collection services (S. 209), 5362 
[19MR], 29472 [80C] 
Insurance: liability costs, 9784-9788 [7MY] 14310 
[18JN], 22464 [9SE], 23920 [18SE] 

liability laws tort reform, 17264 [22JY] 

Law Day: observance, 9222, 9223, 9333 9336 
[1MY] 



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Legal services: improve delivery to individuals who 
cannot afford representation (H.R. 3004), S. 1581 
language passed in lieu, 29114 [60C] 
Lightsey, Harry M, Jr.: tribute, 8603 [24AP] 
Littlejohn, C. Bruce: tribute, 29546 [80C] 
LSC: authorizing appropriations (S. 2409), 9656- 
9660 [6MY] 

impact of funding reductions, 11341 [20MY] 

restrictions on use of funds for litigation rela- 
tive to abortion (S. 2224), 5942-5944 [21 MR] 
Moultrie, H. Carl, I: tribute, 8262 [22AP] 
Paralegal Coordination and Activities Act: enact (S. 

2632), 15873-15898 [26JN] 
Product liability: reform, 13862 [16JN] 
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations 

Act: amend (S. 2907), 28513 [30C] 
Rodino, Peter W., Ill: tribute, 1937 [6FE] 
Sanders, Rose: tribute, 17253 [22JY] 
Scribner, Fred: tribute, 12956 [6JN] 
Senate: consideration of judicial nominations, 12961 

[6JN] 
Seton Hall Law School: tribute, 5695 [20MR] 
Taxation: employee fringe benefits (S. Res. 339), 

1924 [6FE] 
Waterbury Bar Association: Law Day observance 
tribute, 9333 [1MY] 
Reports 

Liability Insurance and the Tort System: Illinois 
delegation to the White House Small Business 
Conference, 8417 [22AP] 
Retention of Private Counsel for Debt Collection 

Services: Senate (excerpts), 29474 [80C] 
Right of Asylum: New York State Bar Association, 

2619 [24FE] 
Tort Liability Insurance: President's Tort Policy 
Working Group (excerpts), 10984-10987 [15MY] 
Reports by conference committees 

Handicapped Children's Protection Act (S. 415), 
16701 [16JY] 
Reports filed 

Attorneys Collecting Debts on Behalf of Clients 
Subject to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: 
Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Af- 
fairs (H.R. 237), 11713 [21MY] 
Award of Attorneys' Fees to Parents of Handi- 
capped Children: Committee on Rules (S. 415; H. 
Res. 505) (H. Rept. 99-702), 17316 [22JY] 

committee of conference (S. 415) (H. Rept. 

99-687), 16745 [16JY] 
Contracts Retaining Private Counsel To Furnish 
Collection Services in Cases of Indebtedness 
Owed U.S.: Committee on Governmental Affairs 
(S. 209) (S. Rept. 99-256), 4044 [7MR] 

Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 5541) (H. 

Rept. 99-909), 27115 [29SE] 
Improvement of Investigation and Prosecution of 
Child Abuse Cases: Committee on the Judiciary 
(S. 985) (S. Rept. 99-504), 26954 [29SE] 
Improvement of Legal Services in Criminal Justice 
System to Persons Financially Unable To Obtain 
Representation: Committee on the Judiciary (S. 
1581), 27269 [30SE] 
Protection of Rights of Victims of Child Abuse: 
Committee on the Judiciary (S. 985), 21918 
[15AU] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Tribute to Stanley Fisher: Federal Bar Association, 
25744 [24SE] 
Statements 

Antiballistic Missile Treaty: American Law Insti- 
tute (excerpt), 17752 [25 J Y) 
Arbitration Agreements: Senator Mathias, 3851 

[6MR] 
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Lawyers Alliance 
for Nuclear Arms Control and Association of 
Soviet Lawyers, 12789-12792 [5JN] 
Corporation, Banking, and Business Law Confer- 
ence: American Bar Association, 7220 [10AP] 
District of Columbia Prisons: Fred B. Ugast, 4239 

[11MR] 
Dredging project in Kenosha, WI: Michael S. 

Fisher, 15035 [24JN] 
International Legal Conference on Anti-Semitism, 
Anti-Zionism and the U.N., 17330 [22JY] 



Investigation of Ralph and Joseph Bernstein: Rep- 
resentative Solarz (excerpt), 3055 [27FE] 
Manion Briefs: Chicago Council of Lawyers, 15393, 

15394 [25JN] 
Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance for Emer- 
gency Physicians— Need for Reform: Spectrum 
Emergency Care, Inc., 22464 [9SE] 
Organized Crime (sundry excerpts), 4111-4115 

[10MR] 
South African Detainees: Lawyer's Committee for 
Civil Rights Under Law, 16250, 16259 [26JN] 
Summaries 

Attorney-Client Privilege Act, 3056 [27FE] 
Dissent on 1987 LSC Budget Request: Representa- 
tive Combest, 8850 [29AP] 
Tables 
Comparison of S. 49, firearms legislation, as passed 
by the Senate, the House, and existing law, 9591- 
9595 [6MY] 
Debt owed the Government and collection activity, 
5364 [19MR] 
Testimonies 
Retention of Private Counsel for Debt Collection 
Services: Paul McGrath, 29474 [80C] 
Texts of 
H.R. 3004, improve legal services delivery to indi- 
viduals who cannot afford representation, 32652- 
32655 [I60C] 
S. 140, Children's Justice Act, 18878 [4AU] 
S. 209, Federal Debt Recovery Act, 5368 [19MR], 

29472 [80C], 26995 [29SE] 
S. 1581, improve legal services to individuals unable 

to afford representation, 29109 [60C] 
S. 2302, Exclusionary Rule Limitation Act, 7397 

[HAP] 
S. 2409, authorizing appropriations for LSC, 9658- 

9660 [6MY] 
S. 2632, Paralegal Coordination and Activities Act, 

15891 [26JN] 
S. Res. 514, protect citizens from improper investi- 
gation and prosecution practices, 33504 [170C] 
LAWYERS ALLIANCE FOR NUCLEAR ARMS 

CONTROL 
Letters 

Atomic arms control: John H. Downs, 12788 [5JN] 
Lists 

Biographies of delegates, 12788 [5JN] 
Statements 

Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, 12789-12792 
[5JN] 
LAWYER'S COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 

UNDER LAW 
Remarks in House 

South Africa: information on detainees in prisons, 
16249, 16259 [26JN] 
Statements 

South African Detainees, 16249, 16259 [26JN] 
LAWYERS' COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN 

RIGHTS 
Articles and editorials 

Report on South African Police (excerpt), 21480 

[14AU] 
Sanctions as a Means to an End, 30389 [10OC] 
Reports 

Antiapartheid Activists (excerpt), 21475 [14AU] 
Racial Violence in Mamelodi, South Africa (ex- 
cerpt), 383 [23JA] 
LAXALT, PAUL (a Senator from Nevada) 
Amendments offered by, to 

Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27998 

[20C], 28353, 28528-28529 [30C] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S. 

2701), 20560 [11 AU] 
Comprehensive Crime Control Act: amend relative 

to technical changes (S. 1236), 7997 [17AP] 
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: enact (S. 2281), 

27736 [IOC] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 19582 [6AU], 20159 [8AU], 20420 [9AU] 
Export-Import Bank Act: amend and extend (S. 

2247), 17252 [22JY] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: enact (S. 2405), 25692, 
25694 [23SE] 



Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15446 [25JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26542 [26SE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 13625, 13628 

[12JN], 14576 [19JN], 14994, 15154 [24JN] 
Water Resources Development Act: enact (S. 
1567), 5032 [14MR] 
Analyses 

Indian Gambling Authorization and Regulation Act 
(S. 2557), 13842--13851- [16JN] 
Appointments 

Acting President pro tempore, 17535 [24JY] 
Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 
28504 [30C] 

H.R. 5052, making appropriations for Dept. 

of Defense military construction, 21342 [13AU] 

H.R. 5234, making appropriations for Dept. 

of the Interior and related agencies, 23536 [16SE] 

H.R. 5313, making appropriations for Dept. 

of HUD and independent agencies, 27984 [20C] 
Articles and editorials 

Senator Laxalt, Steve Roberts, New York (NY) 
Times (excerpt), 32378 [160C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

California-Nevada compact: grant consent of Con- 
gress (see S. 2457), 10829 [15MY] 
Indian Gambling Authorization and Regulation 

Act: enact (see S. 2557), 13835 [16JN] 
National Forests of Nevada Enhancement Act: 

enact (see S. 2698), 17916 [29 J Y] 
Nevada: conveyance of land to Catholic diocese of 
Reno/Las Vegas (see S. 2194), 5022 [14MR] 

transfer certain public lands to the Toiyabe, 

Humboldt, and Inyo National Forests (see S. 
2698), 17916 [29JY] 
Nuclear Waste Policy: suspend site selection proc- 
ess (see S. 2556), 13835 [16JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Abortion: constitutional amendment on protection 
of unborn children (see S.J. Res. 291, 292), 5174 
[18MR] 
Adult Literacy Awareness Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 358), 13128 [10JN] 
Afghanistan Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 272), 2739 

[25FE] 
Agriculture: Farm Credit System loan restructuring 

(see S. Con. Res. 138), 10610 [14MYJ. 
Andrei Sakharov Honor and Freedom Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 326), 9320 [1MY] 
Anti-Drug Abuse Act: enact (see S. 2878), 26539 

[26SE] 
Antitrust Damages Clarification Act: enact (see S. 

2103), 11332 [20MY] 
Antitrust Remedies Improvements Act: enact (see 

S. 2162), 4044 [7MR] 
Army and Navy Union of the U.S.A.: grant charter 

(see S. 1456), 29930 [90C] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 271), 

2617 [24FE] 
Beall, J. Glenn, Sr.: designate Cumberland terminus 
of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Histori- 
cal Park in honor of (see S. 1766), 328 [22JA] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 284), 6358 [26MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster 

(seeS. Res. 299), 613 [28JA] 
Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 
gifts and donations (see S. 2054), 2550 [20FE] 
China, People's Republic of: U.S. opposition to 
one-child family planning policies (see S. Res. 
275), 5174 [18MR] 
Committee on the Judiciary: hearings on proce- 
dures for protecting citizens against improper in- 
vestigative and prosecutorial practices (see S. 
Res. 514), 33840 [180C] 
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: enact (see S. 

2281), 7187 [10AP] 
Courts: reform procedures for collateral review of 
criminal judgments (see S. 2301), 7400 [HAP] 
Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see S. 
Res. 464), 23916 [18SE] 






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Crime Victims Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 297) 

5158 [18MR] 
Dept. of Defense: withdraw and reserve certain 
public lands (see S. 2412), 9651 [6MY] 

withdraw and reserve certain public lands 

within Bravo-20 Bombing Range, Churchill 

County, NV (see S. 2158), 4044 [7MR] 

Drug abuse: law enforcement in higher education 

facilities (see S. Con. Res. 157), 22589 [10SE] 

Drug Enforcement Act: enact (see S. 2850), 25611 

[23SE] 
Drug Money Laundering Prevention Act: enact 

(see S. 2802), 25028 [19SE] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 343), 17579 [24JY] 
Espionage: provide for criminal forfeiture of pro- 
ceeds derived from activities and rewards for in- 
formants providing information leading to arrests 
(see S. 1654), 7030 [9AP] 
Exclusionary Rule Limitation Act: enact (see S 

2302), 7400 [14AP] 
Federal Land Exchange Facilitation Act: enact (see 

S. 2902), 29169 [70C] 
Florida: authorize exchange of certain lands (see S. 

2758), 21601 [14AU] 
Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act: enact 

(see S. 2164), 4044 [7MR] 
Geothermal resources: amend Geothermal Steam 

Act (see S. 1322), 9907 [7MY] 
Great Basin National Park Act: enact (see S. 2506) 

11714 [21MY] 
Great Britain: thank Margaret Thatcher for support 
of U.S. military response to Libyan terrorist acts 
(seeS. Res. 412), 11715 [21MY] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J 

Res. 371), 16378 [14JY] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(seeS. 1965), 10425 [13MY] 
Hope, Bob: tribute (see S. Res. 413), 11715 [21MY] 
Intellectual Property Rights Improvement Act: 

enact (see S. 2525), 12937 [6JN] 
Interlocking Directorate Act: enact (see S. 2163) 

4044 [7MR] 
International Terrorism Deterrence Act: enact (see 

S. 1941), 7030 [9AP] 
Ireland Fund: recognizing achievements (see S. 

Con. Res. 125), 7007 [9AP] 
LSC: abortion litigation (see S. 2224), 12494 [4JN] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res 

279), 3970 [6MR] 
Magistrates: recall retired to service and establish 

retirement system (see S. 2529), 13012 [9JN] 
Meat Marketing Improvements Act: enact (see S 

2284), 7187 [10AP] 
Merger Modernization Act: enact (see S. 2160) 

4044 [7MR] 
Military Installation Security and Antiterrorism 

Act: enact (see S. 1942), 7031 [9AP] 
Namibia: support freedom (see S. Res. 411), 13856 

[16JN] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see S.J. Res 

306), 6019 [24MR] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 396), 22589 [10SE] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 329), 23097 [12SE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see S J 

Res. 410), 23341 [15SE] 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 294), 5945 [21 MR] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see SJ 

Res. 293), 4313 [11 MR] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 344), 10610 [14MY] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 328), 18982 [4AU] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see S.J 

Res. 426), 29927 [90C] 
National Day of Excellence: designate (see S.J. Res 

420), 26536 [26SE] 

National Developmental Disabilities Awareness 

Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 273), 4169 [10MR] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 362), 13836 [16JN] 



National Fetal Alcohol Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 373), 22268 [8SE] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see S.J. Res 

244), 11761 [21 MY] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see S.J. Res 

262), 3192 [27FE] 
National Forest Ski Area Permit Act: enact (see S 

2266), 14439 [18JN] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 357), 12773 [5JN] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see S.J Res 

290), 5684 [20MR] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 309), 6318 [26MR] 
National Kidney Program Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 367), 17394 [23JY] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 261), 2388 [19FE] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 312), 6537 [27MR] 
National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc., 
Golden, CO: grant status of Federal corporation 
(see S. 2093), 17920 [29JY] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 256), 4485 [12MR] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 285), 3321 [28FE] 
National Productivity Improvement Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 417), 26956 [29SE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see S J 

Res. 286), 4323 [11 MR] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 345), 15442 [25 JN] 
National Science Week: designate (see S.J. Res 

251), 2388 [19FE] 
National SEEK and College Discovery Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 419), 29930 [90C] 
National Teachers Day: designate (see S.J. Res 

287), 5945 [21 MR] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res 

377), 17571 [24JY] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 418), 26540 [26SE] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see S.J 

Res. 350), 12781 [5JN] 
Nevada: authorize exchange of certain lands (see S. 
2758), 21601 [14AU] 

establish a Great Basin National Park (see S 

2506), 11714 [21 MY] 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- 
tion: funding rescission (see S. Con. Res. 106) 
1720 [5FE] 
O'Reilly, Anthony J.F.: recognizing achievements 

(see S. Con. Res. 125), 7007 [9AP] 
Promoting Competition in Distressed Industries 

Act: enact (see S. 2161), 4044 [7MR] 
Radio broadcasting: jamming (see S. Con Res 

160), 20923 [12AU] 
Reagan, President: congratulations on 75th birthday 

(see S. Res. 336), 1886 [6FE] 
Roads and highways: amend national speed limit 

legislation (see S. 2665), 18780 [1AU] 
Skelton, Red: awarding of Congressional Gold 

Medal (see S. 2585), 14955 [23JN] 
Soviet Union: encourage use of surplus beef and 
dairy cows for relief to atomic reactor accident 
victims (see S. Con. Res. 148), 13711 [13JN] 
Space exploration: establish memorial to honor U.S. 

astronauts (see S.J. Res. 372), 29550 [80C] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see S.J. Res 

360), 14825 [20JN] 
Switzerland: recognize goodwill visit of descend- 
ants of original settlers of Purrysburg, SC, to 
Neufchatel (see S. Con. Res. 130), 15992 [26JN] 
Tax Exempt Bond Reform Act: enact (see S. 2166) 

7501 [15AP] 
Tax reform: 5-year moratorium on changes in legis- 
lation (see S. Res. 409), 11762 [21 MY] 
Terrorism: enhance capabilities to combat (see S 

2453), 19257 [5AU] 
Thatcher, Margaret: thank for support of U.S. mili- 
tary response to Libyan terrorist acts (see S. Res 
412), 11715 [21MY] 



Third Infantry Division: erect memorial in District 

of Columbia (see S. 1107), 8141 [21 AP] 
Time of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 249), 169 [21JA] 
U.S. Committee for the Battle of Normandy 
Museum: recognize and support efforts to en- 
courage U.S. awareness and understanding of me- 
morial (see S.J. Res. 356), 12773 [5JN] 
U.S. Marshals Service Act: enact (see S. 2044) 

1578 [4FE] 
U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration: authoriz- 
ing appropriations (see S. 2307), 7489 [15AP] 
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting 

Act: enact (see S. 2539), 13128 [10JN] 
Universal Child Immunization Act: enact (see S 

1917), 20151 [8AU] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: convene (see S.J. Res. 112), 26839 
[27SE] 
White House Conference on Small Business Au- 
thorization Act: enact (see S. 2588), 16858 [17JY] 
Young Astronaut Program Medal Act: enact (see S 

1952), 5172 [18MR] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 266), 2096 [7FE] 
Cloture motions 

Business: amend U.S. Code relative to interference 

with commerce by threats or violence (S. 1774), 

motion to proceed to consideration, 7391 [14AP] 

7707 [16AP] 

Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S 

2701), 20362 [9AU] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), 634 [28JA] 

1199[30JA] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S 

2638), 18958 [4AU], 19535 [6AU] 
making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 20362 [9AU] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 15103 [24JN1 

15802 [26JN] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Transfer Act: 

enact (S. 1017), 6993 [9AP] 
enact (S. 1017), motion to proceed to consid- 
eration, 5402 [19MR], 5659 [20MR], 5907 [21 MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), motion to concur in 
House amendment with a further amendment, 
30319 [10OC], 31364 [150C] 
Eulogies 

Esther Van Wagoner Tufty: Kenneth M. Scheibel, 
17771* [25 JY] 
Explanations 

California-Nevada compact (S. 2457), 10839*- 
10842* [15MY] 
Inscription 

Aviation Speed Record to Marie McMillan, 20179 
[8AU] 
Letters 

Visa application by Yasser Arafat: by, 13381 [11JN] 
Lists 

Subcommittee on Patents, Copyrights, and Trade- 
marks membership, 2766* [25FE] 
Obituaries 
Esther Van Wagoner Tufty: Martin Weil, 17771* 
[25JY] 
Remarks by, on 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 28494 

[30C] 
California-Nevada compact: grant consent of Con- 
gress (S. 2457), 10839* [15MY] 
Chiang Kai-shek: anniversary of birth, 27755 [20C] 
Clean Water Act: wastewater construction grants, 

27978 [20C] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S 

2701), 20152 [8AU] 
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: enact (S. 2281) 

7189* [10AP], 27639 [IOC] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencifs: making 
appropriations (H.R. 5313), 27960, 27971-27974, 
27978-27981, 27983 [20C] 
Firearms: limit manufacture and importation of 
armor-piercing ammunition (S. 104), 3882 [6MR] 






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Great Basin National Park Act: enact (S. 2506), 

11759* [21MY] 
Indian Gambling Authorization and Regulation 

Act: enact (S. 2557), 13836- [16JN] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 1 363 1 • 

[12JN] 
Mahaffey, Fred K.: nomination, 28029 [20C] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 17347 [23JY] 
McMillan, Marie: aviation speed recordholder, 

20179* [8AU] 
National Forests of Nevada Enhancement Act: 

enact (S. 2698), 17918* [29JY] 
National White House Conference on Small Busi- 
ness: meeting, 18796* [1AU] 
Nevada: establish a Great Basin National Park (S. 
2506), 11759* [21 MY] 

transfer certain public lands to the Toiyabe, 

Humboldt, and Inyo National Forests (S. 2698), 
17918* [29 J Y] 
Nuclear Waste Policy: suspend site selection proc- 
ess (S. 2556), 13836* [16JN] 
Rehnquist, William H.: nomination, 23778-23780 

[17SE] 
Safe Drinking Water Act: EPA treatment of Indian 

tribes' water systems, 27979 [20C] 
Senate: executive session, 28029 [20C] 

legislative program, 27960, 28029 [20C] 

recess, 28029 [20C] 

Soviet Union: free emigration of Jews, 13631* 

[12JN] 
Superfund: reauthorizing, 27974 [20C] 
Tax Reform Act:, enact (H.R. 3838), 14371-14372 

[18JN] 
VA: medical care staffing levels, 27981 [20C] 
VA Medical Center, Aspinwall, PA: funding, 27979 
[20C] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Tribute, 29851, 29858, 29861, 29863, 29865, 29866, 
29867, 29869, 29940 [90C], 30225 [10OC], 30465 
[140C], 31334, 31357, 31422 [150C], 32378, 
32550, 32554, 32557, 32568 [160C], 33169, 33442, 
33445, 33450, 33453, 33454, 33462, 33468, 33470, 
33472 [HOC], 33713, 33837 [180C], 33874*, 
33897 [6NO] 
Reports 

Committee on Appropriations, 26179 [25SE] 
Summaries 

Dept. of HUD and Independent Agencies Appro- 
priations (H.R. 5313), 27971 [20C] 
Texts of 
S. 2557, Indian Gambling Authorization and Regu- 
lation Act, 13836*- 13842* [16JN] 
Tributes 
Cord, Charles E., 30306* [10OC] 
East, John P., 17187 [22 J Y] 
McMillan, Marie, 20179* [8AU] 
Tufty, Esther Van Wagoner, 17771* [25 JY] 
LAYMAN, HORACE M. 
Articles and editorials 

Layman's Death Called Great Loss to State, 
Region, 17933 [29JY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 17932 [29JY] 
LaZARD, jack, jr. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 10558 [13MY] 
LAZARO, VINNEY 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 11925 [22MY] 
LAZARUS, EMMA 
Remarks in House 

Statue of Liberty celebration: commend contribu- 
tions, 19015 [5AU] 
LAZO, JOHN M. 
Remarks in House 

National Hispanic Heritage Week: observance, 

23845 [17SE] 
Tribute, 23846 [17SE] 
LE MONDE (publication) 
Articles and editorials 

Sandinista Comandantes— Fleeing Forward, 17510 
[23JY] 



LEACH, JIM (a Representative from Iowa) 
A mendmenls offered by, to 

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 22073 [15AU] 
National Defense Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 

4428), 22073 [15AU] 
Philippines: economic and military assistance (H.R. 
5081), 18671 [1AU], 19708 [7AU] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconcilia- 
tion Act, 26359 [25SE] 

H.R. 5548, Export-Import Act amendments, 

27320 [30SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Export-Import Bank Act: amend (see H.R. 4190), 

2292 [19FE] 
Federal Deposit Insurance Act: establish emergen- 
cy temporary procedure to facilitate restructuring 
of agricultural loans (see H.R. 4387), 4577 
[12MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Afghanistan Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 537), 

4578 [12MR] 
Agricultural Act: require marketing loans or pro- 
duction option payments for soybeans (see H.R. 
5499), 28179 [20C] 
Agriculture: charge cost of water delivered to rec- 
lamation project for production of surplus pro- 
gram crop (see H.R. 5608), 27116 [29SE] 

loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 310), 

9147 [30AP] 
American Physiologist Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 22147 [15AU] 
Arms race: sense of Congress that escalation will 
threaten security (see H. Con. Res. 36), 2678 
[25FE] 
Atomic explosions: funding for research on atmos- 
pheric, climatic, biological, health, and environ- 
mental consequences (see H.R. 5051), 14297 
[18JN] 
Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 12364 [4JN] 

support of Congress for a National Forum to 

televise educational issues (see H. Con. Res. 409), 
30218 [10OC] 
Australia: commemorate bicentennial, and honor 
visit of Prime Minister Robert Hawke (see H. 
Con. Res. 319), 7689 [16AP] 
Banks and banking: improve quality of examinations 
of depository institutions (see H.R. 4917), 12625 
[5JN] 
Boy Scouts of America: commemorate anniversary 
by minting half dollar coins (see H.R. 870), 32156 
[150C] 
Budget: constitutional amendment relative to proce- 
dures (see H.J. Res. 643), 22147 [15AU] 
Business: provide for uniform product liability law 

(see H.R. 2568), 6638 [8AP] 
Chile: opposing participation of Esmeralda (vessel) 
in Fourth of July liberty weekend celebration 
(see H. Con. Res. 353), 15288 [24JN] 

support of an early transition to democracy 

(see H.J. Res. 673), 19745 [7AU] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
7367 [HAP] 
provide credit under the Railroad Retire- 
ment Act (see H.R. 3638), 499 [23JA] 
Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 

4567), 7126 [10AP] 
Communications Act: encoding of satellite-transmit- 
ted programming (see H.R. 3989), 7127 [10AP] 
Copland, Aaron: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 3041), 11948 [22MY] 
Copyright: make permanent requirements of manu- 
facturing clause (see H.R. 3465), 16504 [15JY] 
Crime and criminals: prohibit high ranking Federal 
civilian officers from representing foreign princi- 
pal for 10 years after leaving service (see H.R. 
3733), 3107 [27FE] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 
(see H. Res. 542), 22737 [10SE] 



de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 

469), 28180 [20C] 
Defense policy: establish commission to study con- 
sequences of atomic explosions (see H.R. 5051), 
14297 [18JN] 
Dept. of Defense: exclude contracts of a hostile 
government or national who owns or controls 
significant interest (see H.R. 4273), 3106 [27FE] 
Drugs: combat international trafficking (see H.R. 

5352), 19744 [7AU] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [HAP] 
Elections: time limits for completion of recounts for 
House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 24802 
[19SE] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 
standards for gas and electric appliances (see 
H.R. 5465), 23245 [12SE] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 

Con. Res. 285), 5077 [17MR] 
Ethyl alcohol: ensure payment of additional duty 
and exclude eligibility for tariff preferences (see 
H.R. 4094), 1779 [5FE] 
Export-Import Act: amend (see H.R. 5548), 24686 

[18SE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

5566 [19MR] 
Franco-American War Veterans, Inc.: grant charter 

(see H.R. 1666), 10215 [8MY] 
German American Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

675), 23016 [USE] 
Girl Scouts of America: commemorate anniversary 
by minting half dollar coins (see H.R. 870), 32156 
[150C] 
Grain: improve quality (see H.R. 4714), 20744 

[UAU] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14078 [17JN] 
Immigration and Nationality Act: grounds for ex- 
clusion and deportation of aliens (see H.R. 2361), 
3480 [4MR] 
Job Training Partnership Act: encourage delivery 
of services to dislocated farmers (see H.R. 5062), 
14741 [19JN] 
Korea, Republic of: sense of Congress concerning 
democracy (see H. Con. Res. 345), 12129 [3JN] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Libya: prohibit awarding of defense contract for 
purchase of crawler tractors (see H.R. 4773), 
10215 [8MY] 

prohibit equipment contracts with firms in 

which it has interest (see H.R. 5066), 14741 
[19JN] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 16504 [15JY] 
Medicare: assure quality inpatient and post-hospital 

services (see H.R. 4638), 10990 [15MY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 19117 [5AU] 
Money: establish requirements and procedures to 
prevent laundering (see H.R. 5176), 17693 [24JY] 
Narcotics assistance from entertainment industry in 
combatting trafficking (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 
[14AU] 
strengthen efforts to encourage foreign coop- 
eration in eradicating crops and traffic (see H.R. 
5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 22367 [9SE] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 25457 [23SE] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 470), 4704 [13MR] 



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National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

29387 [70C] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7892 [17AP] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 16327 [14JY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 27117 [29SE] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19952 [8AU] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90), 

29834 [80C] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 1 1449 [20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 21736 
[14AU] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 3854 [6MR] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17507 [23 J Y] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 17054 [21JY] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 8412 [22AP] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 2294 [19FE] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 23474 [16SE] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 21247 [13AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Nuclear Medicine Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 297), 6057 [25MR] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 7556 [15AP] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 26076 [24SE] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 28179 [20C] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 6639 [8AP] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 131), 1074 [30JA] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 18012 [29JY] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 

278), 2594 [24FE] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 26076 [24SE] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 708), 24687 [18SE] 
Paraguay: support of an early transition to democ- 
racy (see H.J. Res. 673), 19745 [7AU] 
Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 

[use] 

Perot Commission on Americans Missing in South- 
east Asia: establish (see H. Con. Res. 129), 30218 
[10OC] 

Physical fitness: daily programs for children (see H. 
Con. Res. 344), 31219 [140C] 

Postal Service: restore limited circulation second- 
class rates to counties adjacent to county of pub- 
lication (see H.R. 5350), 19460 [6AU] 

Reykjavik, Iceland: support for President Reagan in 
meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev (see H. Con. 
Res. 406), 30117 [90C] 

SALT Treaty: continued adherence to numerical 
sublimits (see H. Con. Res. 350), 13268 [11JN] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 8763 [28AP] 



Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Schools: daily physical exercise programs for chil- 
dren (see H. Con. Res. 344), 31219 [140C] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 15773 [26JN] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 7893 
[17AP] 
Sec. of HHS: publish statistical data relative to inci- 
dence of adoptions (see H.R. 5029), 13525 [12JN] 
Sec. of the Treasury: negotiate and end to predato- 
ry tied aid credits (see H. Con. Res. 316), 7126 
[10AP] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

10), 26428 [26SE] 
Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633), 16326 [14JY] 
South Africa: prohibit loans and other investments 
(see H.R. 4868), 11624 [21MY] 

release Nelson Mandela from prison and lift 

restrictions imposed on Winnie Mandela (see H. 
Con. Res. 243), 499 [23JA] 

urge to indicate willingness to engage in 

meaningful political negotiations (see H. Res 
373), 14742 [19JN] 
Soviet Union: continued adherence to numerical 
sublimits of SALT Treaty (see H. Con. Res. 350), 
13268 [11JN] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. Con. 
Res. 332), 16505 [15JY] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 30218 [10OC] 

allow homeowners to deduct prepaid interest 

on principal residence (see H.R. 4849), 12625 
[5JN] 

extend solar energy residential and business 

credits (see H.R. 4045), 1503 [4FE] 
Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 

areas (see H. Con. Res. 308), 14079 [17JN] 
Television: clarify definition of local service area of 
primary transmitter in low power station (see 
H.R. 3108), 2016 [6FE] 
Terrorism: President should convene summit to 
adopt unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 
23015 [USE] 
Thailand: commending for its extraordinary human- 
itarian contribution to refugee community (see H. 
Res. 594), 32156 [150C] 
U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 9552 [6MY] 
U.S. Institute of Peace: appropriations (see H.R. 

4821), 10703 [14MY] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 22147 [15AU] 
Vietnam: resumption of technical meetings on issues 
of U.S. servicemen (see H. Res. 466), 12624 [5JN] 
White House Conference on Small Business: perma- 
nent authorization (see H.R. 5477), 23016 [USE] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 1074 [30JA] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

7690 [16AP] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Books 

"Consolation of Philosophy," Boethius (excerpts), 
16732 [16JY] 
Documents 

Palau Compact of Free Association: Supreme Court 
of Palau, 27055 [29SE] 



LEACH, JIM 

Remarks by, on 
Afghanistan: welcome resistance alliance (S.J. Res. 

365), 15198 [24JN] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14240 

[18JN] 
Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 

2906, 2915 [26FE], 19923 [8AU] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2906, 2915 

[26FE] 
Australia: commemorate bicentennial (S. Con. Res. 

128), 7841 [17AP] 
Bernstein, Ralph and Joseph: certify contempt 
report (H. Res. 384), 3048-3051 [27FE] 

contempt of Congress citation, 7888 [17AP] 

Central America: economic assistance, 15570 [25 JN] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5725 [20MR] 
China, Republic of: Chou Ching-yu tribute, 11471* 
[20MY] 

democracy, 27429* [30SE] 

College of William and Mary, VA: designate as 

representative to tercentenary celebration of the 

Glorious Revolution (H.J. Res. 630), 17805 

[28JY] 

Council on Industrial Competitiveness: establish, 

11584, 11586 [21 MY] 
Democracy: Republic of China, 27429* [30SE] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 19923 [8AU], 22074 
[15AU] 

award of contract to firm owned partly by 

Libya (H. Con. Res. 315), 10464 [13MY] 
making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15570 [25JN] 
Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judici- 
ary, and related agencies: making appropriations 
(H.R. 5161), 16924, 16948 [17JY] 
Developing countries: establish new lending institu- 
tion within World Bank, 11584, 11586 [21MY] 
Diplomacy: policy of disinformation against Libya, 

28150 [20C] 
Export trading companies: establishment by bank 

holding companies, 11577 [21 MY] 
Export-Import Bank Act: amend (H.R. 5548), con- 
ference report, 28098-28100 [20C] 

reauthorize (H.R. 4510), 16466, 16483, 16493, 

16494, 16495 [15JY] 
Foreign policy: National Endowment for Democra- 
cy funding, 17721* [24JY] 
Foreign relations: Philippines, 1349 [3FE], 2579 

[24FE], 2673 [25FE] 
Foreign trade: Eximbank programs, 16466 [15JY] 

prohibit Eximbank loans to Communist 

countries, 16493, 16494, 16495 [15JY] 

restrictions on Eximbank credit, 16483 

[15JY] 

textile industry, 19353 [6AU] 

U.S. policy, 11399 [20MY], 11572, 11573, 

11575, 11577, 11584, 11586 [21 MY] 
FSLIC Recapitalization Act: enact (H.R. 5576), 

29288 [70C] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 
11399 [20MY], 11572, 11573, 11575, 11577, 11584, 
11586 [21 MY] 
Iran: persecution of Bahais, 16284* [26JN], 33577* 

[170C] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 10978* 

[15MY], 17697* [24JY] 
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: sense of 
Congress relative to human rights (H. Con. Res. 
347), 15196 [24JN] 
Korea, Republic of: sense of Congress relative to 

democracy (H. Con. Res. 345), 15191 [24JN] 
Libya: award of Dept. of Defense contract to firm 
owned partly by Government (H. Con. Res. 315), 
10464 [13MY] 
Magarik, Aleksei: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 17697* [24JY] 
Marcos, Ferdinand E.: financial holdings, 2673 
[25FE] 



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LEACH, JIM 



Marcos, Ferdinand E. and Imelda: real estate in- 
vestments in the U.S., 1349 [3FE] 

Mixed Credits Program: sunset provisions, 1 1 572, 
11573, 11575 [21MY] 

National Defense Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 
4428), 22074 [15AU] 

National Endowment for Democracy: funding, 
16948 [17JY], 17721* [24JY] 

Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15570 [25JN] 

Contra assistance in continuing resolution. 

29823 [80C] 

downing of CIA aircraft loaded with muni- 
tions, 29823 [80C] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540), 

5725 [20MR] 

Nudel, Ida: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
17697* [24JY] 

Patau: approve Compact of Free Association (H.J. 
Res. 626), 27055 [29SE], 33943* [6NO] 

Philippines: certify contempt report relative to 
Ralph and Joseph Bernstein (H. Res. 384), 3048- 
3051 [27FE] 

citation of Ralph and Joseph Bernstein for 

contempt of Congress, 7888 [17AP] 

economic and military assistance (H.R. 

5081), 19700, 19708, 19717 [7AU] 

national election, 1349 [3FE], 2579 [24FE] 

supplemental appropriations (H.J. Res. 732), 

24097* [18SE] 

transfer of political power, 2673 [25FE] 

Postal Service: mail delivery service deregulation, 
16496 [15JY] 

Religion: persecution of Bahai in Iran, 16284* 
[26JN] 

SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 
(H. Con. Res. 350), 14659 [19JN] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: emigration from Soviet 
Union, 17697* [24JY] 

Scharansky, Anatoly and Avital: award Congres- 
sional Gold Medals (H.R. 4186), 10978* [15MY] 

Slepak, Vladimir: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 
Union, 17697* [24JY] 

South Africa: economic sanctions, 14240 [18JN] 

Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 10978* 
[15MY], 17697* [24JY] 

Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 
(H.R. 1562), veto, 19353 [6AU] 

Thailand: commending for its extraordinary human- 
itarian contribution to refugee community (H. 
Res. 594), 32253 [160C] 

U.N.: contribution, 16924 [17JY] 

U.S. Committee for the Battle of Normandy 
Museum: recognize and support efforts to en- 
courage U.S. awareness and understanding of me- 
morial (S.J. Res. 356), 17807 [28JY] 

USIA: Chou Ching-yu tribute, 11471* [20MY] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
2579 [24FE], 2673 [25FE], 2915 [26FE], 3048 
[27FE], 5725 [20MR], 7840, 7889 [17AP], 10464 
[13MY], 11446 [20MY], 13524 [12JN], 14240 
[18JN], 15191, 15198 [24JN], 15570, 15603 
[25JN], 15765 [26JN], 16466 [15JY], 17690 
[24JY], 19353 [6AU], 19923 [8AU], 22141 
[15AU], 24097 [18SE], 27055, 27115 [29SE], 
32154 [150C] 

Special order: granted, 1355 [3FE], 16502 [15JY], 
18009 [29JY], 18417 [31JY], 18907 [4AU], 19459 
[6AU], 28176 [20C], 29832 [80C], 30216 [10OC], 
31217 [140C], 32328 [160C] 

Tribute, 33941 [6NO] 
Statements 

Political Action Committees: by, 20443 [11AU] 
Statesman: Alexander Pope (excerpts), 16732 [16JY] 
Tributes 
Bedell, Representative, 19728 [7AU] 
Bingham, Jonathan B., 16732 [16JY] 
Chou Ching-yu, 11471* [20MY] 
Evans, Representative Cooper, 19728 [7AU] 
Lagomarsino, Representative, 33943* [6NO] 
McCain, Representative, 29818 [80C] 
Rudd, Representative, 29818 [80C] 
Seiberling, Representative, 29818 [80C] 



Solarz, Representative, 33943* [6NO] 
LEACOCK, STEPHEN 
Statements 

Economic Truths, 5875 [21 MR] 
LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE ON CIVIL 

RIGHTS 
Analyses 

Civil Rights Record of Justice Rehnquist (excerpt), 
23322 [15SE] 
Letters 

Fair Housing Act amendments: Benjamin L. Hooks 

and Ralph G. Neas, 1408 [3FE] 
Manion judicial nomination, 15784 [26JN] 
LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINIS- 
TRATION DEVELOPMENT ACT 
Remarks in House 

Reauthorization, 32103 [HOC] 
LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS 
Letters 

Acid Deposition Control Act: Alden Meyer, 25377 

[22SE] 
Forest Service and road construction (excerpt), 

22426 [9SE] 
H-3 Highway project, 25591 [23SE] 
LEAGUE OF MUTUAL TAXI OWNERS 
Remarks in House 

Anniversary, 5859 [20MR] 
LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN 

CITIZENS 
Articles and editorials 

Tax Reform and the Federal Deficit, 33934 [6NO] 
Booklets 

"Immigration to the U.S. From Latin America — 
Past and Present — Special Case of Mexico" (ex- 
cerpt), 26388-26389 [25SE] 
Statements 

Should English Be the Official Language?: Arnoldo 
Torres, 13398 [11JN] 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project, 25590 [23SE] 
Tax exempt status of abortion organizations: Nancy 
M. Neuman, 28365 [30C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Katz, Jane L.: tribute, 33459 [170C] 
Neuman, Nancy M.: tribute, 13674 [13JN] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Mourning the death of Jane L. Katz: Alabama, 
33460 [170C] 
LEAHY, PATRICK J. (a Senator from Vermont) 
Addresses 

Congressional Oversight of Intelligence — How Are 

We Doing? by, 16045* [26JN] 
Federal Role in Undergraduate Science and Engi- 
neering Education: Erich Bloch, 3486-3488 
[4MR] 
Vietnam Conflict: Louise Ransom, 20520 [11AU] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Acid Deposition Control Act: enact (S. 283), 5175 

[18MR] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27900, 
27998, 28000, 28003, 28004-28008, 28012 [20C], 
28517, 28520, 28525, 28528-28529 [30C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12784 [5JN] 
Budget: setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987- 

89 (S. Con. Res. 120), 8540 [23AP] 
Central interstate low-level radioactive waste com- 
pact: grant consent (S. 655), 20559 [11AU] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 18982 [4AU], 19258, 19273, 19282 [5AU], 
19580 [6AU], 20154, 20155 [8AU], 20275-20278 
[9AU] 
making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 21296, 21404 [13AU] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 
appropriations (H.R. 5313), 27973, 28012 [20C] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act: enact 

(H.R. 4952), 27728-27736 [IOC] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (S. 2792), 29039 [60C] 
Federal Technology Transfer Act: enact (H.R. 
3773), 20423 [9AU] 



Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 
(S. 1965), 12248 [3JN] 

Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 

283), 6565 [27MR] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (S. 
2706), 24898, 24899, 25042 [19SE] 

Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 
Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15444, 15446, 15450 
[25JN] • 

Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26542 [26SE], 26763, 
26849, 26852, 26853-26860 [27SE] 

Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 13606, 13626 
[12JN], 14576, 14628 [19JN], 15154 [24JN] 
Analyses 

Daniel A. Manion: Chicago Council of Lawyers 
(excerpt), 15786 [26JN] 

Soviet Mission at the U.N. (S. 1773), 22531-22533 
[10SE] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 
28504 [30C] 

H.R. 4151, Omnibus Diplomatic Security 

and Anti-Terrorism Act, 20542 [11AU] 

H.R. 4515, making urgent supplemental ap- 
propriations, 13036 [9JN] 

H.R. 4759, Intelligence Authorization Act, 

25816 [24SE] 

H.R. 4899, Patent Equity Act, 28568 [30C] 

H.R. 5234, making appropriations for Dept. 

of the Interior and related agencies, 23536 [16SE] 

H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 

Act, 26151 [25SE] 

H.R. 5313, making appropriations for Dept. 

of HUD and independent agencies, 27984 [20C] 
Articles and editorials 

After the Last Weekly, Armstrong Hunter, Weath- 
ersfield (VT) Weekly, 8950* [29AP] 

Arms Race Gambit, Barre (VT) Barre-Montpelier 
Times- Argus, 12629 [5JN] 

Better Way To Deal With Nicaragua, by, Boston 
(MA) Globe, 3951 [6MR] 

Contra Aid Plan Is Throwback to Flawed Policy 
(sundry), 20841-20846 [12AU] 

Contras Attacked, Dinny Forbes, White River 
Junction (VT) News, 20840 [12AU] 

Dyslexics Learn College Skills, Matthew L. Wald, 
New York (NY) Times, 12269* [3JN] 

Fatal Fallacy, 6507 [27MR] 

Fear and Loathing, Barre-Montpelier (VT) Times 
Argus, 6506 [27MR] 

For Police Detective, Matching the Clues Is the 
Joy of His Job, Ted Tedford, Burlington (VT) 
Free Press, 23491 [16SE] 

Gentleman Farmer From Fairfax — J. Douglas 
Webb's Quiet Style Helps Steer the Dairy Indus- 
try, Burlington (VT) Free Press, 17773* [25JY] 

Harry Cooley's View From the Ridge, Rutland 
(VT) Herald/Times, 17770* [25JY] 

Honorable Legacy, Rutland (VT) Daily Herald, 
8951* [29AP] 

In Nicaragua, An Ex-Marine's Campaign of Con- 
science, Colman McCarthy, Washington (DC) 
Post, 20523 [11AU] 

In Nicaragua, as in Vietnam, America's Actions 
Are Wrong, William Boardman, White River 
Junction (VT) Valley News, 20521 [11AU] 

Life on the Land — An American Farm Family, 
John Camp, St. Paul (MN) Dispatch & Pioneer 
Press, 8953*-8956* [29AP] 

Nicaragua Policy Is Unwarranted, 6507 [27MR] 

Physicians, Leahy Urge Compliance With SALT 
II, Tom Hill, Rutland (VT) Herald and Barre 
(VT) Barre-Montpelier Times-Argus, 12629 [5JN] 

Prepare To Pull Out of Philippines, by, Los Ange- 
les (CA) Times, 2318 [19FE] 

Smilin' Ray Pilots Conglomerate, Susan Young- 
wood, Burlington (VT) Free Press, 17768* 
[25JY] 

There Is a Free Lunch— And It's Important, Sherri 
A. Clayton, Orangeburg (SC) Times-Democrat, 
15998* [26JN] 









CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



True Bargaining Is Demanded on Arms Race, Bur- 
lington (VT) Free Press, 12630 [5JN] 
Two Nicaraguan Journeys, Roddy O'Neill Cleary, 
White River Junction (VT) News, 20840 [12AU] 
U.S. Has the Right To Limit Soviet U.N. Mission, 
by and Senator Cohen, New York (NY) Times, 
5706 [20MR] 
Vermonter of the Year, David Moats, Vermont 

(magazine), 3488 [4MR] 
Weathersfield Loses a Friend as Weekly Newspa- 
per Folds, Susan Smallheer, Rutland (VT) Daily 
Herald, 8952* [29AP] 
Willson— Fasting Vets are Doing Well, Will 
Lindner, Barre-Montpelier (VT) Times Argus, 
25744 [24SE] 
Wolcott Clerk Retires After 33-Year Stay, Nancy 
Crowe, Burlington (VT) Free Press, 6588* 
[27MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Better Health Care Act: enact (see S. 2655), 16846 

[17JY] 
Chapin, HarTy: award special gold medal to family 

(seeS. 2202), 5158 [18MR] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act: enact (see 

S. 2575), 14595 [19JN] 
Hazardous substances: repayable advance to Super- 
fund Program (see S.J. Res. 393, 399), 21384 
[13AU], 21601 [14AU] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 398), 21385 
[13AU] 
Superfund Program: repayable advance (see S.J. 
Res. 393, 399), 21384 [13AU], 21601 [14AU] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Adoption: require publishing of statistical data (see 

S. 2476), 11315 [20MY] 
Africa Famine, Recovery, and Development Fund 

Act: enact (see S. 2208), 8815 [28AP] 
Agriculture: deny tax exemption for interest on in- 
dustrial development bonds used to finance acqui- 
sition of farm property by foreign persons (see S. 
2273), 7784 [16AP] 

Farm Credit System loan restructuring (see 

S. Con. Res. 138), 10610 [14MY] 

require that milk assessments be increased to 

meet requirements of Balanced Budget and 
Emergency Deficit Control Act (see S. 2085), 
2530 [20FE] 
Angola: prohibit Eximbank loans (see S. 2049), 

16631 [16JY] 

U.S. corporate business (see S. Res. 381), 

16632 [16JY] 

Anti-Drug Abuse Act: enact (see S. 2878), 26179 

[25SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (see S. 2498), 11714 

[21 MY] 
Arms control: President's no-undercut policy con- 
cerning strategic offensive agreements (see S. 

Con. Res. 112), 3957 [6MR] 
Army and Navy Union of the U.S.A.: grant charter 

(see S. 1456), 27703 [IOC] 
Atomic energy: compensation of the public for ac- 
cidents arising out of activities of NRC licensees 

(see S. 1761), 16441 [15JY] 
Atomic weapons: negotiate controls upon and early 

prohibition of explosions (see S.J. Res. 252), 7785 

[16AP] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 

Act: Presidential order (see S. Res. 312), 1410 

[3FE] 
Bankruptcy: prevent discharge of administratively 

ordered support obligations (see S. 1889), 169 

[21JA] 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield: tax exemption (see S. 

Res. 419), 12481 [4JN] 
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees: 

extend cooling-off period in strike with the Maine 

Central Railroad Co. (see S.J. Res. 378), 17571 

[24JY] 
Budget: Presidential order relative to Emergency 

Deficit Control Act (see S. Res. 320), 1222 

[30JA] 
Presidential order relative to the Balanced 

Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act (see 

S. Res. 312), 1410 [3FE] 



Campaign Finance Reform Act: enact (see S. 1806), 

12241 [3JN] 
Central America: Caraballeda message of Conta- 

dora group (see S. Res. 362), 3727 [5MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster 

(see S. Res. 299), 613 [28JA] 
Children: improved systems of caring for depend- 
ence on medical technology in the home (see S. 
1793), 15991 [26JN] 
Clean Air Act: amend to better protect against 
interstate transport of pollutants and to control 
acid deposition (see S. 2200), 5158 [18MR] 
Cocaine: Emergency Crack Control Act (see S. 

2715), 19240 [5AU] 
Committee on Families, Youth, and Children (Spe- 
cial): establish (see S. Res. 330), 3971 [6MR] 
Committee on Intelligence (Select): increase ex- 
penditures for procurement of consultants (see S. 
Res. 429), 14619 [19JN] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see S. 2067), 7784 
[16AP] 
Comprehensive Narcotics Control Act: enact (see 

S. 2798), 22449 [9SE] 
Defense procurement: liability of contractors for 
losses from certain atomic weapons testing (see S. 
2454), 29026 [60C] 
Dept. of Defense: exclude hostile foreign govern- 
ment contracts (see S. 2152), 9417 [5MY] 

reorganize and strengthen (see S. 2295), 7400 

[HAP] 
Education: require physical fitness programs for all 

children (see S. Con. Res. 145), 12240 [3JN] 
El Salvador: reaffirming our friendship and sympa- 
thy (see S.J. Res. 427), 31436 [1SOC] 
Emergency Crack Control Act: enact (see S. 2715), 

19240 [5AU] 
Emergency Deficit Control Act: Presidential order 

(see S. Res. 320), 1222 [30JA] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 343), 16442 [15JY] 
Employment Opportunities for Disabled Americans 

Act: enact (see S. 2209), 10085 [8MY] 
Farm Credit System Borrower Interest Rate Relief 

Act: enact (see S. 2770), 21918 [15AU] 
Federal Employee Anti-Sex-Discrimination in Com- 
pensation Act: enact (see S. 519), 25027 [19SE] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (see S. 2215), 5665 [20MR] 
Foreign Agents Compulsory Ethics in Trade Act: 

enact (see S. 2176), 7993 [17AP] 
Foreign Assistance Act: protection of biological di- 
versity in developing countries (see S. 1748), 
16441 [15JY] 

protection of tropical forests in developing 

countries (see S. 1747), 16441 [15JY] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 278), 2609 [24FE] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

308), 6130 [25MR] 
Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund: interim 

funding (see S. 2212), 5665 [20MR] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 371), 15950 [26JN] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(see S. 1965), 10425 [13MY] 
Infant Mortality Prevention Act: enact (see S. 

2288), 15991 [26JN] 
Integrity in Post Employment Act: enact (see S. 

2334), 12494 [4JN] 
Intellectual property: modify application of antitrust 
laws for licensing and use (see S. 2944), 33491 
[170C] 
Intellectual Property Rights Improvement Act: 

enact (see S. 2525), 12937 [6JN] 
Japan: tariff on exports of chocolate (see S. Res. 

465), 20551 [11AU] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

275), 2384 [19FE] 
Korea, Republic of: constitutional amendment to 
allow for the direct election of the president (see 
S. Res. 392), 10426 [13MY] 
Lee, William C: tribute (see S. Con. Res. 140), 
11762 [21 MY] 



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LEAHY, PATRICK J. 

Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 259), 1922 [6FE] 
Maine Central Railroad Co.: extend cooling-off 
period in strike with the Brotherhood of Mainte- 
nance of Way Employees (see S.J. Res. 378), 
17571 [24JY] 
McMahon, John N.: tribute (see S. Con. Res. 133), 

8285 [22AP] 
Medicaid: strengthen services to low-income preg- 
nant women and children (see S. 2333), 12781 
[5JN] 
Medicare: coverage of physician assistant services 
(see S. 1640), 168 [21JA] 

prompt payment of claims (see S. Res. 420), 

17579 [24JY] 
require timely payment of properly submit- 
ted claims (see S. 2576), 17579 [24JY] 
Medicare Home Health Care Improvement Act: 

enact (see S. 2494), 15991 [26JN] 
Medicare Quality Protection Act: enact (see S. 

2331), 16442 [15JY] 
Meiman, Naum and Inna: efforts to emigrate from 
Soviet Union (see S. Con. Res. 131), 11761 
[21 MY] 
Mutual Nuclear Warhead Testing Moratorium Act: 

enact (see S. 2220), 7031 [9AP] 
Namibia: prohibition on removal of natural re- 
sources (see S. 2639), 16376 [14JY] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 375), 25691 [23SE] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 396), 23916 [18SE] 
National Agricultural Export Week: enact (see S.J. 

Res. 310), 7410 [MAP] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 323), 8310 [22AP] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 305), 11333 [20MY] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

391), 20551 [11AU] 
National Day for Federal Retirees: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 276), 2384 [19FE] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 386), 19240 [5AU] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 348), 25691 [23SE] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

244), 12078 [2JN] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

333), 10426 [13MY] 
National Home Care Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

339), 23916 [18SE] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

290), 4485 [12MR] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 309), 6318 [26MR] 
National Labor Relations Act: amend to give em- 
ployers and performers certain rights (see S. 670), 
14961 [23JN] 
National Narcotics Act: enact (see S. 2716), 19240 

[5AU] 
National Neighborhood Services Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 341), 10289 [12MY] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 406), 22589 [10SE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 286), 4323 [11MR] 
National Science Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

251), 4322 [11MR] 
National Software Awareness Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 332), 16826 [17JY] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

377), 17571 [24JY] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 311), 6537 [27MR] 
Naturalization: Ellis Island, NY, ceremonies, July 

1986 (see S.J. Res. 334), 9908 [7MY] 
modification of English language require- 
ment (see S. 1296), 25691 [23SE] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 335), 
9320 [1 MY] 



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New Clean Air Act: enact (see S. 2203), 5158 
[18MR] 

Nicaragua: report by President of U.S. Government 
involvement in military support (see S.J. Res. 
429), 32580 [160C] 

NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see S. Con. Res. 147), 
17579 [24JY] 

Nkomo, Abby: condemning South African policy 
(see S. Res. 503), 29927 [90C] 

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- 
tion: funding rescission (see S. Con. Res. 106), 
1720 [5FE] 

Office of the Director of National and International 
Drug Operations and Policy: establish (see S. 
2716), 19240 [5AU] 

Older Americans Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection 
and Prevention Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
267), 4068 [7MR] 

Paraguay: transition to democracy (see S. Con. Res. 
155), 19258 [5AU] 

Patents: importation of goods made overseas by use 
of a U.S. patented process (see S. 1543), 25691 
[23SE] 

Philippines: national elections (see S. Res. 345), 
2388 [19FE] 

Poland: shipment of dried milk to replace milk con- 
taminated as a result of Soviet atomic power 
plant accident (see S. Res. 394), 9669 [6MY] 

POWs: improve veterans' benefits (see S. 1446), 
12077 [2JN] 

President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status and implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see S.J. Res. 327), 7957 [17AP] 

Processed Products Inspection Improvement Act: 
enact (see S. 2675), 17237 [22JY] 

Procurement Safeguard Act: enact (see S. 2030), 
7993 [17AP] 

Radio broadcasting: jamming (see S. Con. Res. 
160), 21971 [15AU] 

Reagan, President: congratulations on 75th birthday 
(see S. Res. 336), 1886 [6FE] 

Rehabilitation Act: amend and extend (see S. 2515), 
15991 [26JN] 

Retired Enlisted Association, Inc.: grant charter 
(see S. 524), 798 [29JA] 

Rural Health Care Improvement Act: enact (see S. 
2410), 26956 [29SE] 

SALT II Treaty: compliance (see S. Res. 431), 
14425 [18JN] 

Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 407), 29026 [60C] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (see S.J. Res. 
316), 7007 [9AP] 

Scharansky, Anatoly and Avital: award congres- 
sional gold medals (see S. 2308), 9668 [6MY] 

Shays' Rebellion Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 423), 
30506 [140C] 

Social Security: require publishing of statistical data 
on adoptions (see S. 2476), 11315 [20MY] 

Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: support (see S. 
Res. 398), 10066 [8MY] 

Soviet Union: interference with postal communica- 
tions with U.S. (see S. Con. Res. 164), 29026 
[60C] 

Student Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Act: enact (see S. 2740), 20922 [12AU] 

Superfund: extend authority to collect taxes (see S. 
2211), 5665 [20MR] 

Taxation: oil import fee (see S. Res. 335), 4069 
[7MR] 

preserve State and local tax deductions (see 

S. Res. 82), 4170 [10MR] 

proposals to tax certain employer-paid bene- 
fits (see S. Res. 339), 2617 [24FE] 

Terrorist Prosecution Act: enact (see S. 1429), 1729 
[5FE] 

Torture Victim Protection Act: enact (see S. 2528), 
17921 [29JY] 

Trade Adjustment Assistance Program: extend (see 
S. 2026), 1600 [4FE] 



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U.S. Committee for the Battle of Normandy 
Museum: recognize and support efforts to en- 
courage U.S. awareness and understanding of me- 
morial (see S.J. Res. 356), 13718 [13JN] 

U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 402), 21919 [15AU] 

Ukrainian Public Group To Promote the Observ- 
ance of the Helsinki Accords: anniversary (see S. 
Con. Res. 154), 16443 [15JY] 

United Way of America: commemorate on centen- 
nial (see S.J. Res. 430), 32580 [160C] 

Universal Child Immunization Act: enact (see S. 
1917), 407 [23JA] 

Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see S. 2067, 2075; S. Res. 
333), 7784, 7785 [16AP] 

VA: home loan guarantees (see S. 2052), 4068 
[7MR] 

War Powers Act: amend (see S.J. Res. 340), 10066 
[8MY] 

White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: convene (see S.J. Res. 112), 21970 
[15AU] 

White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: establish (see S.J. Res. 376), 17237 
[22JY] 

William C. Lee Day: designate (see S. Con. Res. 
140), 11762 [21 MY] 

World Food Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 296), 
4786 [13MR] 

Youth: grants for narcotics and alcoholism preven- 
tion, treatment, and rehabilitation programs (see 
S. 2800), 22450 [9SE] 

Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 266), 3970 [6MR] 
Biographies 

Association of Soviet Lawyers conference dele- 
gates, 12789* [5JN] 

Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control con- 
ference delegates, 12788* [5JN] 
Cloture motions 

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 19212 [5AU] 
Cost summary 

Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund repay- 
able advance (S.J. Res. 399), 21611* [14AU] 
Letters 

Arms control efforts: Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear 
Arms Control and Association of Soviet Law- 
yers, 12788* [5JN] 

Dept. of Defense inflation estimates on appropria- 
tion process: David Keating, National Taxpayers 
Union, 27901 [20C] 

Electric Consumers Protection Act: John V. 
Cleary, Jr., Green Mountain Power Corp., 7482 
[15AP] 

Paul H. Bradtmiller, Vermont Public Power 

Supply Authority, 7482 [15AP] 

Thomas J. Hurcomb, Central Vermont 

Public Service Corp., 7482 [15AP] 

Individual retirement accounts (sundry excerpts), 
13333 [11JN] 

James A. Abrahamson's responses to questions con- 
cerning Strategic Defense Initiative Organization: 
by, and Senator Durenberger, 8542* [23AP] 

Judicial nominations: Laurence H. Tribe and Philip 
B. Kurland (excerpts), 15786 [26JN] 

Military assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Cynthia 
Norman, 20841 [12AU] 

Daisy Goodman, 20840 [12AU] 

David Ross, 20840 [12AU] 

Elizabeth A. Young, 20840 [12AU] 

Elsie R. Skolfield, 20839 [12AU] 

Greg LaFrance, 20844 [12AU] 

Jay Sprout (sundry), 20841 [12AU] 

Joan Bauer, 20841 [12AU] 

Margorie Power, 20844 [12AU] 

Marty Levin, 20844 [12AU] 

Steven P. Dickens, 20841 [12AU] 

Tena P. Venet, 20844 [12AU] 

SALT II Treaty: by, and several Senators, 7139 
[10AP] 

Soviet arrest of Nicholas Daniloff: by, and Senator 
Cohen, 22530 [10SE] 



U.S.-Canada shared broadcast transmissions: Flora 
MacDonald, 28351 [30C] 

Malcolm Baldrige, Sec. of Commerce 

(sundry), 28350, 28351 [30C] 

U.S.-U.S.S.R. diplomatic numerical equivalence: by, 
and Senator Cohen, 26623 [27SE] 

Visa application by Yasser Arafat: by, 13381 [1 UN] 

William H. Rehnquist's conduct in Laird v. Tatum: 
Robert E. Jordan III (excerpt), 23741 [17SE] 
Lists 

Proposed termination of certain Federal programs, 
8511 [23AP] 

Subcommittee on Patents, Copyrights, and Trade- 
marks membership, 2766* [25FE] 
Memorandums 

Conduct in Laird v. Tatum: William H. Rehnquist 
(excerpt), 23741 [17SE] 

Protection of Institutional Confidential Sources 
Under Proposed Amendments to the Freedom of 
Information Act: Library of Congress, 27191 
[30SE] 

William H. Rehnquist's Conduct in Laird v. Tatum: 
Robert E. Jordan III (excerpt), 23742 [17SE] 
Messages 

Dept. of Defense Reorganization: Dwight D. Eisen- 
hower (excerpt), 9831 [7MY] 
Poems 

"Ode to Johnston-Leahy," by, and Senator John- 
ston, 1395 [3FE] 
Proposals 

Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund repay- 
able advance (S.J. Res. 399), 21611* [14AU] 
Questions and answers 

ABA Code of Judicial Conduct: by, and William H. 
Rehnquist, 23299 [15SE] 

Army Military Surveillance Program: Sam J. Ervin, 
Jr., and William H. Rehnquist, 23741 [17SE] 

William H. Rehnquist's Vermont property: by, and 
William H. Rehnquist, 23752 [17SE] 
Remarks by, on 

Agriculture: income averaging for noncorporate 
farmers and ranchers, 13628* [12JN] 

milk assessments, 3703 [5MR] 

require that milk assessments be increased to 

meet requirements of Balanced Budget and 
Emergency Deficit Control Act (S. 2085), 2546* 
[20FE], 3159 [27FE] 

Angola: prohibit U.S. business support of Cuban 
troops and Soviet advisers, 17216* [22JY] 

Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), veto mes- 
sage, 27840 [20C] 

enact (S. 2498), 11755* [21MY] 

Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27619, 
27620 [IOC], 27822, 27825, 27888, 27900-27902, 
27904 [20C], 28339, 28350, 28475 [30C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 738), conference 

report, 32425, 32501* [160C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12875, 12916 [6JN] 

Arms control: Reagan administration policy, 25800 
[24SE] 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 
18723 [1AU] 

Better Health Care Act: enact (S. 2655), 16853- 
16855 [17JY] 

Budget: constitutional amendment on a balanced 
(S.J. Res. 225), 6108 [25MR] 

cosponsor of 1984 freeze, 14952 [23JN] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 

18723 [1AU] 

reconciliation pursuant to section 2 of con- 
current resolution (S. 2706), 24899 [19SE] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), 8511, 8525 [23AP], 8638, 
8640, 8649 [24AP], 8903 [29AP], 9286, 9287 
[1MY] 

Business: amend U.S. Code relative to interference 
with commerce by threats or violence (S. 1774), 
motion to proceed to consideration, 7721 [16AP] 

Campaign Finance Reform Act: enact (S. 1806), 
20786, 20835, 20837 [12AU] 



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Canada: shared broadcast transmissions with U S 

28350 [30C] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (S.J. Res. 283), 6270- 
6272 [26MR], 6500, 6506 [27MR] 
remove authority to transfer agricultural ap- 
propriations funds and African famine relief funds 
to provide economic assistance, 21283 [13AU] 
Central interstate low-level radioactive waste com- 
pact: grant consent (S. 655), 20786, 20835, 20837 
[12AU] 
Chapin, Harry: award special gold medal to family 
(S. 2202), 5163 [18MR] 

gold medal in his memory (H.R. 1207), 

10061 [8MY] 
Clean Water Act: wastewater construction grants, 

27978 [20C] 
Cocaine: Emergency Crack Control Act (S. 2715), 

19249* [5AU] 
Committee on Intelligence (Select): include supple- 
mental material on additional directions to the 
intelligence community in classified report, 25806 
[24SE] 
report on U.S. counterintelligence and secu- 
rity programs, 29191* [70C] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S 
2701), 21288 [13AU], 21589 [14AU], 21814 
[15AU] 
Comprehensive Narcotics Control Act: enact (S 

2798), 22515 [10SE] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), motion to 
waive sec. 303 of the Budget Act, 744 [29JA] 
Copyright: low-power television (H.R. 3108), 

20398*, 20399* [9AU] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest, 25798, 25800 
[24SE], 26716, 26717 [27SE] 

Soviet arrest (S. Res. 486), 22529-22531 

[10SE] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 19145 [5AU], 19554 [6AU], 19833, 19839 
[7AU], 20070 [8AU] 

buildup in spending, 32425-32428 [160C] 

making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 20517-20525 [11AU], 20837- 
20846 [12AU], 21283, 21288, 21295, 21296, 21303 
21304, 21325* [13AU] 

provide procedures to account for amounts 

budgeted for use for inflation in defense con- 
tracts, 27900, 27904 [20C] 
Dept. of Defense Reorganization Act: enact (S 

2295), 9830 [7MY] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 
appropriations (H.R. 5313), 27972, 27974, 27978 
27981, 27982*, 27983* [20C] 
Dept. of Justice: funding, 8903 [29AP] 
Dyslexia: Landmark College program, 12269* 

[3JN] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 26716, 26717, 26753, 26763, 26765, 26767, 
26815 [27SE], 27187-27191, 27251 [30SE] 

funding, 8525 [23AP] 

Electric Consumers Protection Act: enact (S 426) 

7481 [15AP] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act: enact, 
26764, 26765, 26767 [27SE], 27187-27191 [30SE] 

enact (H.R. 4952), 27633, 27634 [IOC] 

enact (S. 2575), 14599-14601 [19JN] 

Emergency Crack Control Act: enact (S. 2715), 

19249* [5AU] 
EPA: funding for Radon Research Program, 27825 
[20C] 

study of ozone depletion, greenhouse effect, 

and climate change, 27982*, 27983* [20C] 
Export-Import Bank Act: amend and extend (S 

2247), 17216* [22JY] 
Federal employees: cost of living adjustments for 
retirees, 18723 [1AU] 

restrict use of Government vehicles (H.R. 

3614), 30250 [10OC] 
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: amend to 
establish conditions for export of drugs (S. 1848), 
unanimous-consent agreement, 10061 [8MY] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 
Act: amend (S. 2215), 5680 [20MR] 



amend (S. 2792), 28960, 28991 [60C] 

Federal Technology Transfer Act: enact (H R 

3773), 20386 [9AU] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: enact (S. 2405), 25522 

25536 [23SE], 25768 [24SE] 
Food for Peace Program: funding, 24899 [19SE] 
Food Security Improvements Act: enact (S. 2143), 
3301, 3302, 3309 [28FE], 3686, 3695, 3702, 3703 
[5MR] 
Foreign assistance: funding, 8903 [29AP] 
Foreign relations: Gulf of Sidra dispute, 6270 

[26MR] 
Freedom of Information Act: use by criminal enter- 
prises to learn about ongoing criminal investiga- 
tions, 26764 [27SE] 
Gates, Robert M.: nomination, 7488 [15AP] 
George D. Aiken Center for Microbiology and Ag- 
ricultural Science, University of Vermont: fund- 
ing, 12875 [6JN] 
Hazardous substances: repayable advance to Super- 
fund Program (S.J. Res. 393), 21397* [13AU] 

repayable advance to Superfund Program 

(S.J. Res. 399), 21610* [14AU] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: observance, 18798* 

[1AU] 
Historic preservation: grants, 4279 [11MR] 
Hollings, Senator: support of school lunch program 

15998* [26JN] 
Hunger: nomination of Ken Kragen for Presidential 

End Hunger Award, 13863* [16JN] 
Hydroelectric sites: recapture for the public benefit, 

upon expiration of licenses, 7481 [15AP] 
Individual retirement accounts: tax deductions, 

13333, 13349 [11JN], 15012 [24JN] 
Intellectual Property Antitrust Protection Act: 

enact (S. 2944), 33499* [170C] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H R 4759) 
25816 [24SE] 

enact (H.R. 4759), conference report, 28905 

[60C] 
Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations 

(H.R. 4759), 25816 [24SE] 
authorizing appropriations (H.R. 4759), con- 
ference report, 28904 [60C] 

authorizing appropriations (S. 2477), 25800, 

25806, 25813, 25816 [24SE] 
authorizing appropriations (S. 2477), unani- 
mous-consent agreement, 25798 [24SE] 

counterintelligence programs, 25800 [24SE] 

report by Select Committee on Intelligence, 

29192* [70C] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 5694* 

[20MR], 12793* [5JN] 
Kragen, Ken: nominated for Presidential End 

Hunger Award, 13863* [16JN] 
Labor unions: interference with commerce by 

threats or violence, 7721 [16AP] 
Landmark College, Putney, VT: dyslexia program, 

12269* [3JN] 
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control: trib- 
ute, 12788* [5JN] 
Libya: Gulf of Sidra dispute, 6270 [26MR] 

U.S. military response to terrorist acts, 11634 

[21 MY] 
Magarik, Aleksey: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 12793* [5JN] 
Mahaffey, Fred K: nomination, 28029 [20C] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 15786 [26JN] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Act: enact, 

26815 [27SE] 
Mutual Nuclear Warhead Testing Moratorium Act: 

enact (S. 2220), 7954 [17AP] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 
and traffic, 26716, 26717, 26753, 26763, 26765, 
26767, 26815 [27SE], 27187-27191, 27251 [30SE] 

increase funding for Customs Service to 

combat traffic, 8903 [29AP] 
National Academy of Sciences: conference on cli- 
mate change, 12916 [6JN] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (S.J. Res. 398), 21400* [13AU] 
National Narcotics Act: enact (S. 2716), 19249* 
[5AU] 



LEAHY, PATRICK J. 

Nicaragua: assistance to the Contras, 4279 [11MR], 
25743 [24SE] 

CIA assistance to Contras, 21296, 21303, 

21304 [13AU] 

economic assistance to Contras, 1283[13AU] 

human rights violations, 2824 [26FE] 

humanitarian assistance to Contras, 6500 

[27MR] 

military assistance to Contras, 20517-20525 

[11AU], 20837-20846 [12AU], 21288 [13AU] 

military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 283), 

6270-6272 [26MR], 6500, 6506 [27MR] 
report by President of U.S. Government in- 
volvement in military support (S.J. Res. 429), 
32418 [160C] 
NSF: establish Federal Laboratory Consortium for 
Technology Transfer (H.R. 3773), 20386* [9AU] 
Office of the Director of National and International 
Drug Operations and Policy: establish (S. 2716), 
19249* [5AU] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 
5300), conference report, 33279* [170C] 

enact (S. 2706), 24899 [19SE] 

Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 
Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15328, 15331, 15344 
15356, 15390 [25JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26716, 26717, 26753, 
26763, 26765, 26767, 26815 [27SE], 27187-27191, 
27251 [30SE], 31414 [150C] 
Panama: CIA report on human rights violations and 
involvement in drug trafficking, arms trafficking, 
and money laundering, 25813 [24SE] 
Patriotism: our national symbol, 16041* [26JN] 
Petroleum: increase tariff by $10 per barrel, 18503 

[31JY] 
Printing industry: manufacturing clause (S. 1822) 

33869* [180C] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668) 

18503, 18528* [31JY], 18723 [1AU] 
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations 
Act: reform and modify remedies for civil action 
32501* [160C] 
Railroads: sale of Conrail, 744 [29JA] 
Real property: Tax Reform Act provisions, 20937* 

[12AU] 
Regional Office for Central America and Panama: 

funding, 27619, 27620 [IOC] 
Rehnquist, William H.: nomination, 23735, 23739- 

23742 [17SE] 
Roads and highways: amend national speed limit 

legislation, 25522 [23SE] 
SALT: reaffirm commitment (S. Con. Res. 1 12) 

3865 [6MR] 
SALT II: atomic weapons limits, 7139 [10AP] 

compliance, 12628, 12629 [5JN] 

compliance (S. Res. 431), 14304 [18JN] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (S.J. Res. 316) 
9625 [6MY] 
School lunch program: support of Senator Hollings, 

15998* [26JN] 
Senate: legislative program, 15087 [24JN], 18459 
[31JY], 19839 [7AU], 20238 [9AU], 21288 
[13AU], 21810 [15AU], 26621 [27SE], 28029 
[20C], 29414 [80C], 32407 [160C] 

recess, 28029 [20C] 

South Africa: economic sanctions, 21589 [14AU] 

27840 [20C] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 5694* 

[20MR] 
equivalency with U.S. in diplomatic mis- 
sions, 26716 [27SE] 

free emigration of Jews, 12793* [5JN] 

psychiatric abuse, 978* [29JA] 

restrict further spending on new U.S. Em- 
bassy in Moscow, 27822 [20C] 
Special order: granted, 12507 [4JN] 
Strategic defense initiative: funding, 19145 [5AU] 
Superfund: funding, 28339 [30C] 
reauthorizing, 27973 [20C] 






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713), 21810, — 



393), 21397- 
399), 21610* 



efforts to 



1429), 2358 



27888 



repayable advance (H.J. Res. 

21811 [15AU] 

repayable advance (S.J. Res. 

[13AU] 

repayable advance (S.J. Res. 

[14AU] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 13333, 13349 
[11JN], 13628* [12JN], 14352*, 14358*. 14403 
[18JN], 14555 [19JN], 15012, 15066, 15067 [24JN] 

enact (H.R. 3838), conference report, 20937* 

[12AU], 26621 [27SE] 
Taxation: deductibility of State and local sales, real 
and personal property, and income taxes, 15012 
[24JN] 

provide a third rate bracket for individual 

taxpayers at 35%, 14352* [18JN] 

treatment of communications satellites, 

15066, 15067 [24JN] 
Telecommunication: low-power television (H.R. 

3108), 20398*, 20399* [9AU] 
Terrorism: intelligence communities' 
combat, 25800 [24SE] 

U.S. response, 11634 [21 MY] 

Terrorist Prosecution Act: enact (S. 

[19FE] 
U.N.: reduce size of Soviet mission (S. 1773), 22530 
[10SE], 25800 [24SE], 26622 [27SE] 

restrict U.S. assessed contributions, 

[20C] 
VA: medical care staffing levels, 27981 [20C] 
Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc.: grant charter 

(S. 8), 6961 [9AP] 
War Powers Act: amend (S.J. Res. 340), 9969-9971 

[8MY] 
Weathersfield (VT) Weekly: tribute, 8950* [29AP] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Special order: granted, 11358 [20MY], 12275 [3JN], 

13879 [16JN], 14192 [17JN], 15179 [24JN] 
Tribute, 25801, 25816 [24SE] 
Reports 

CIA Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Senators 
Goldwater and Moynihan (excerpt), 21296 
[13AU] 
Defense Organization, the Need for Change: Com- 
mittee on Armed Services (excerpt), 9831 [7MY] 
Dept. of Defense Fuel Purchases: Frank. C. Cona- 

han, GAO, 9287 [1MY] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act: Commit- 
tee on the Judiciary (excerpt), 27189 [30SE] 
Field Work Exception to H.R. 3614 (excerpt), 

30251 [10OC] 
INS Eastern Remote Adjudication Center, St. 

Albans, VT (excerpt), 28475 [30C] 
Nicaraguan Human Rights Violations: Americas 

Watch (excerpt), 2826 [26FE] 
Nicaragua — The Human Rights Record: Amnesty 

International (excerpt), 2824 [26FE] 
Nicaragua — Violations of the Laws of War by Both 
Sides: Washington Office on Latin America (ex- 
cerpt), 2825 [26FE] 
South African Sanctions: Eminent Persons Group 
(excerpt), 21589 [14AU] 
Songs 

"Our National Symbol," Chester and Burdys Page, 
16041* [26JN] 
Statements 

Arms Control: Joint Conference of Lawyers Alli- 
ance for Nuclear Arms Control and Association 
of Soviet Lawyers, 12789*-12792* [5JN] 
CIA Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Committee 

on Intelligence (House), 21296 [13AU] 
Demand of Return of Marines From Nicaragua: J. 

Thomas Heflin, 20522 [11AU] 
Dept. of Defense Buildup: Library of Congress, 

32426 [160C] 
Dept. of Defense Reorganization: Melvin R. Laird, 

9831 [7MY] 
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964): George D. 

Aiken, 9969 [8MY] 
Health Care Financing Administration: Val Hala- 
mandaris, National Association for Home Care 
(excerpt), 16855 [17JY] 
Military Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Oscar 
Arias, 6271 [26MR] 



President Reagan, 20522 [11AU] 
Nicaraguan Human Rights Violations: Reagan ad- 
ministration (sundry excerpts), 2825 [26FE] 
SALT II Treaty: Geoffrey Howe, 12628 [5JN] 

Joe Clark, 12628 [5JN] 

Selected System Comments on FCA Capital Ade- 
quacy Regulations: by, 33280* [170C] 
Vietnam Conflict: J. William Fulbright, 20522 
[11AU] 

Wayne Morse, 20519 [11AU] 

War Powers: George D. Aiken, 9970 [8MY] 
Summaries 

Electronic Communications Privacy Act: 26767 

[27SE] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act (H.R. 

4952), 27634 [IOC] 
Electronic Communications Privacy Act (S. 2575), 

14608 [19JN] 
Short-Term Superfund Extension, 21811 [15AU] 
Tables 
Companies that paid no income tax, 8525 [23AP], 

8640 [24AP], 9288 [1MY] 
Comparison of tax changes between H.R. 3838 and 

Mitchell amendment (sundry), 14353* [18JN] 
Federal government grant awards, procurement 
contract awards, and loans and insurance by geo- 
graphic areas, fiscal year 1985, 8640 [24AP] 
HUD-independent agencies appropriations bill, 
1987 — identification of scorekeeping differences, 
27978 [20C] 
SALT II limits, 1987, 3866 [6MR] 
Testimonies 
Conduct in Laird v. Tatum: William H. Rehnquist 

(excerpt), 23741 [17SE] 
Human Rights in Nicaragua: by, 16021 [26JN] 
Humanitarian Aid to Nicaraguan Contras: Frank C. 
Conahan, GAO, 6501 [27MR] 
Texts of 
S. 2575, Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 

14601-14607 [19JN] 
S.J. Res. 399, repayable advance to Hazardous Sub- 
stance Response Trust Fund, 21611* [14AU] 
Tributes 
Andrus, Leonard N., 6588* [27MR] 
Bayh, Birch, 25816 [24SE] 
Blais, Leo, 23491 [16SE] 
Bloch, Erich, 3486 [4MR] 
Camp, John, 8952* [29AP] 
Candon, Thomas H., 32548 [160C] 
Cooley, Harry Hale, 17769* [25JY] 
Durenberger, Senator, 25816 [24SE] 
Finn, Dan, 25800, 25816 [24SE] 
Goldwater, Senator, 25816 [24SE] 
Hall, Keith, 25800, 25816 [24SE] 
Inouye, Senator, 25816 [24SE] 
Litkey, Charlie, 25743 [24SE], 29596* [80C] 
McMahon, Bernie, 25800, 25816 [24SE] 
Mizo, George, 25743 [24SE], 29596* [80C] 
Murphy, Duncan, 25743 [24SE], 29596* [80C] 
Newsom, Eric, 25800, 25816 [24SE] 
Pecor, Ray, 17768* [25JY] 
Sparkman, John J., 3662 [5MR] 
Vogelmann, Hubert W., 3488 [4MR] 
Webb, J. Douglas, 17773* [25JY] 
Willson, Brian, 25743 [24SE], 29596* [80C] 
Tributes to retiring Members 
Eagleton, Senator, 33897* [6NO] 
Goldwater, Senator, 33896* [6NO] 
Hart, Senator, 33897* [6NO] 
Laxalt, Senator, 33897* [6NO] 
Long, Senator, 33897* [6NO] 
Mathias, Senator, 33896* [6NO] 
LEAL, BEN 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 22496 [9SE], 22763 [10SE] 
LEARNING DISABILITIES AWARENESS 

MONTH 
Bills and resolutions 

Designate (see S.J. Res. 413; H.J. Res. 716) 
Remarks in House 

Designate (H.J. Res. 716), 22485 [9SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

Designate (S.J. Res. 413), 23339 [15SE] 



Reports filed 

Designate: Committee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 
413), 24968 [19SE] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 716, designate, 22485 [9SE] 
S.J. Res. 413, designate, 23340 [15SE], 25869 [24SE] 
LEASES 
Bills and resolutions 

Consumers: improve disclosure of terms (see H.R. 
5636) 
LEATH, MARVIN (a Representative from Texas) 
Addresses 

National Association of State Directors of Veterans 
Affairs: John S. Staum, 5083* [17MR] 
Appointments 

Conferee: S. 2638, National Defense Authorization 
Act amendments, 24069 [18SE] 

S. Con. Res. 120, setting forth congressional 

budget for fiscal 1987-89, 11484 [21MY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: eligibility of noncitizens for price sup- 
port programs (see H.R. 4519), 8477 [23AP] 

loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 310), 

9147 [30AP] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 12624 [5JN] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: facilitate compliance (see H. Res. 375), 2016 
[6FE] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 2017 [6FE] 
Budget: constitutional amendment relative to proce- 
dures (see H.J. Res. 643), 19952 [8AU] 
Canada: importation of certain beef products (see 

H.R. 4591), 9211 [1MY] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1504 [4FE] 
Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 13074 [10JN] 
Chocolate: tariff (see H. Res. 567), 27117 [29SE] 
Copland, Aaron: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 3041), 236 [22JA] 
Dept. of Defense: establish national special oper- 
ations agency (see H.R. 5109), 15769 [26JN] 

rental housing lease indemnity (see H.R. 

4840), 21736 [14AU] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5497), 22737 [10SE] 
Federal aid programs: provide States incentive to 
encourage health care professional liability 
reform (see H.R. 3865), 48 [21JA] 
Federal employees: forfeiture of retirement benefits 
upon conviction of felony (see H.R. 3388), 10990 
[15MY] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
15605 [25JN] 
Humane Products Testing Act: enact (see H.R. 

1877), 2132 [18FE] 
Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 2293 [19FE] 
Libya: express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 14079 
[17JN] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
14079 [17JN] 
Monopolies: prohibit rail carriers from denying 
access to shippers of certain commodities (see 
H.R. 1140), 3480 [4MR] 



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Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 481), 2017 [6FE] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 21131 [12AU] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90), 

18420 [3 1JY] 
National Guard: recognize role played in national 

defense (see H.J. Res. 220), 5829 [20MR] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 451), 3108 [27FE] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 410), 28179 [20C] 
Postal Service: computing amount of deductions al- 
lowed to rural mail carriers for use of automo- 
biles (see H.R. 4715), 33159 [170C] 
rates for periodicals mailed to counties adja- 
cent to county of publication (see H.R. 5350), 
26076 [24SE] 
Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (see H.R. 4476), 5897 
[21 MR] 
Public Health Service Act: specify method of deter- 
mining State allotments (see H.R. 5007), 13267 
[11JN] 
Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 23244 [12SE] 
Sec. of Agriculture: determine manner and frequen- 
cy of inspection of meat products (see H R 
4683), 8477 [23AP] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H 

Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 
States: establish workfare program (see H.R 471) 

5829 [20MR] 
Tariff: chocolate (see H. Res. 556), 25457 [23SE] 
Taxation: administer 3-year basis recovery rule (see 
H.R. 5604), 30218 [10OC] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business' cost of goods and services (see H Res 
404), 7690 [16AP] 
deny deduction for child who lives tempo- 
rarily after abortion (see H.R. 4041), 2293 [19FE] 

deny interest on industrial development 

bonds used to finance acquisition of farm proper- 
ty by foreign persons (see H.R. 4520), 8477 
[23AP] 
Executive order to deny foreign income ex- 
clusion (see H.R. 4056), 2978 [26FE] 

repeal revenue ruling on deductibility of 

contributions to university athletic funds (see 
H.R. 4943), 28179 [20C] 

repeal windfall profit on domestic crude oil 

(see H.R. 4887), 1 1947 [22MY] 

requirement to substantiate deduction for 

business use of vehicle (see H.R. 4299) 6057 
[25MR] 
State collection from sales of tangible per- 
sonal property by nonresident persons (see H.R. 
5021), 22147 [15AU] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 6930 [9AP] 
Texas: authorize Corps of Engineers to issue per- 
mits for construction of water resources project 
(see H.R. 4693), 11949 [22MY] 
Veterans: exempt funds available to provide bene- 
fits with service connected disabilities (see H.R. 
4391), 7555 [15AP] 
Remarks by, on 

Budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. Con. Res. 

296), 4671 [13MR] 
Chemical warfare: binary weapons development, 

21192 [13AU] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 
Con. Res. 337), 10675 [14MY], 10941 [15MY] 



Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 19907 [8AU], 21192 
[13AU] 

funding, 10675 [14MY] 

Government spending: reduce, 10941 [15MY] 

19907 [8AU] 
Killeen, TX: Dietrich Kramer, tribute, 17338* 

[22JY] 
National Association of State Directors of Veterans 

Affairs: anniversary, 5083* [17MR] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H R 

5300), 26023 [24SE] 
Reagan, President: budget proposal, 4671 [13MR] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
4671 [13MR], 5074 [17MR], 10675 [14MY], 10941 
[15MY], 17315 [22JY], 19907 [8AU], 21192 
[13AU] 
Leave of absence: granted, 5825 [20MR] 
Reports 
Committee on Armed Services, 9762 [7MY] 21294 

[13AU] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9762 [7MY] 
Statements 

Tribute to Senator DeConcini: National Association 
of State Directors of Veterans Affairs, 5083* 
[17MR] 
Tributes 
DeConcini, Senator, 5083* [17MR] 
Kramer, Dietrich, 17338* [22JY] 
LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
Bills and resolutions 

Employment: consideration of H.R. 4300, parental 
leaves for birth, adoption, or disease of family 
members (see H. Res. 552) 
Granted in House 
Ackerman, 3387 [3MR], 16964 [17JY], 23014 

[USE], 33156 [170C] 
Alexander, 10213 [8MY] 
Bateman, 30115 [90C] 
Bentley, 2129 [18FE], 2975 [26FE] 
Bilirakis, 43 [21JA], 16502 [15JY] 
Boland, 23469 [16SE], 23668 [17SE], 24800 [19SE], 

26074 [24SE], 30115 [90C], 30216 [10OC] 
Boulter, 7124 [10AP] 
Bruce, 4266 [11MR] 
Burton, Sala, 22364 [9SE] 
Byron, 16964 [17JY] 
Chandler, 13265 [11JN], 13524 [12JN], 15765 

[26JN] 
Chappell, 24800 [19SE] 
Collins, 16502 [15JY] 
Conyers, 3646 [5MR] 
Davis, 12362 [4JN], 14076 [17JN] 
Donnelly, 19743 [7AU] 
Eckert, 1072 [30JA], 15285 [24JN] 
English, 2677 [25FE] 
Erdreich, 22140 [15AU] 
Flippo, 21239 [13AU] 
Ford, Harold E., 23469 [16SE] 
Franklin, 8885 [29AP], 9551 [6MY], 10521 [13MY] 
Gibbons, 5825 [20MR] 

Grotberg, 702 [29JA], 1072 [30JA], 1489 [4FE], 
2290 [19FE], 2677 [25FE], 3646 [5MR], 4575 
[12MR], 5306 [18MR], 6926 [9AP], 7552 [15AP], 
8407 [22AP], 8885 [29AP], 9551 [6MY], 10521 
[13MY], 11446 [20MY], 13265 [11JN], 14295 
[18JN] 
Gunderson, 18009 [29JY] 
Hendon, 10988 [15MY] 
Hillis, 3851 [6MR] 
Holt, 19743 [7AU], 20741 [11AU] 
Hutto, 497 [23 JA], 1777 [5FE], 23243 [12SE] 
Ireland, 7124 [10AP], 24685 [18SE] 
Jones, Walter B., 9464 [5MY], 16502 [15JY] 
Kastenmeier, 2290 [19FE] 
Kindness, 5306 [18MR] 
Latta, 1489 [4FE] 
Leath, 5825 [20MR] 
Leland, 2013 [6FE] 
Levine, 3851 [6MR], 16964 [17JY] 
Lewis, Tom, 24800 [19SE] 



LEBANON, REPUBLIC OF 

Livingston, 1489 [4FE] 
Lloyd, 18668 [1AU] 

Lujan, 6926 [9AP], 7552 [15AP], 8407 [22AP], 8885 
[29AP], 9551 [6MY], 10521 [13MY1, 11446 
[20MY] 
Madigan, 4575 [12MR] 
Markey, 23243 [USE] 
McDade, 43 [21JA] 
Miller, Clarence E„ 43 [21JA], 497 [23JA], 702 

[29JA], 1072 [30JA] 
Miller, John, 19743 [7AU] 
Mitchell, 9761 [7MY] 
Myers, 3851 [6MR] 
Obey, 1072 [30JA] 
O'Brien, 1777 [5FE], 2290 [19FE] 
Packard, 497 [23JA] 
Parris, 18668 [1AU] 
Pickle, 12622 [5JN] 
Rahall, 30216 [10OC] 
Rinaldo, 26366 [25SE] 
Rudd, 22735 [10SE] 
Scheuer, 10521 [13MY] 
Schuette, 23243 [12SE] 
Sensenbrenner, 7688 [16AP] 
Smith, Denny, 14740 [19JN] 
Staggers, 702 [29JA] 
Stangeland, 27114 [29SE] 
Stokes, 26366 [25SE] 
Taylor, 4575 [12MR] 
Torres, 43 [21 J A] 
Traxler, 30216 [10OC] 
Wolf, 18668 [1AU] 
Wright, 25455 [23SE] 
Yates, 2975 [26FE], 3105 [27FE], 11945 [22MY] 

20741 [UAU] 
Young, C.W. Bill, 26074 [24SE] 
Granted in Senate 

Mathias, 4147 [10MR], 8104 [21AP] 
LEBANON, IN 
Remarks in House 

Seeger High School: tribute, 13659 [12JN] 
LEBANON, REPUBLIC OF 
Amendments 

Syria: encouraging further assistance in obtaining 
release of U.S. hostages in Lebanon (H. Res. 
524), 19027 [5AU] 
Articles and editorials 

Kidnapping a University in Beirut, 29177 [70C] 
Kidnapping of Frank H. Reed, 22640 [10SE] 
New Attacks Could Doom Hostages, 8957 [29AP] 
Peter Kilburn Should Not Be Dead Today 8544 

[23AP] 
Remember Terrv Anderson— Still Held Hostage 

22229 [15AU] 
Visiting Irish Clerics Laud Lavery Program, 17717 
[24JY] 
Bills and resolutions 

Fourth of July: moment of silence for hostages 
during ceremonies for Statue of Liberty (see S. 
Con. Res. 153; H. Con. Res. 362) 
Jenco, Lawrence M.: release (set S. Res. 457- H 

Res. 517, 520, 524) 
Syria: assistance in securing release of hostages (see 
H. Res. 520) 

encouraging further assistance in obtaining 

release of hostages in Lebanon (see H. Res. 517) 
Letters 

U.S. hostages: several Senators and Representatives 
8817 [28AP] 
Lists 

Hostages in Lebanon, 15899 [26JN] 
Remarks in House 

Anderson, Terry: hostage, 22229 [15AU] 

Civil war: internal effects, 17701 [24JY] 

French hostages, 4199 [11 MR] 

Fresno, CA: tribute to Children's Committee 10 

youth exchange program, 17717 [24JY] 
Jenco, Lawrence M.: message from Islamic terror- 
ists, 19016 [5AU] 

welcoming back to U.S. (H. Res. 524), 19025 

[5AU] 
Kilburn, Peter: death of U.S. hostage, 8851 [29AP] 



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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



LEBANON, REPUBLIC OF 

Lebanese Children's Foundation: national fundrais- 

ing organization, 30123 [90C] 
PLO: activities, 32823 [HOC] 
Reed, Frank H.: kidnapping, 33667 [HOC] 
Syria: efforts to secure release of U.S. hostages, 
19940 [8AU] 

encouraging further assistance in obtaining 

release of U.S. hostages in Lebanon (H. Res. 
524), 19025 [5AU] 
U.S. hostages, 485 [23JA], 1747 [5FE], 1944 [6FE], 
2110 [18FE], 2257 [19FE], 2888, 2891 [26FE], 
3435 [3MR], 3448 [4MR], 4199 [11MR], 4868 
[13MR], 5326 [18MR], 5848 [20MR], 7075 
[10AP], 9713 [7MY], 12547 [5JN], 13189 [11JN], 
15662 [26JN], 16459 [15JY], 17784 [28JY], 18254 
[3UY], 18655 [1AU], 19014, 19016, 19025 [5AU], 
19940 [8AU], 21633 [14AU], 22219, 22229 
[15AU], 22320 [9SE], 22640 [10SE], 27321 
[30SE], 27458 [IOC], 28043 [20C], 29234 [70C], 
29605, 29608 [80C], 30423 [10OC], 33677 [180C] 

release of Lawrence M. Jenco, 17784 [28JY], 

17993, 17994, 17995 [29JY], 18254 [31JY], 18655 
[1AU], 19014, 19016 [5AU] 
Remarks in Senate 

Feghali, Joseph C: tribute, 3734 [5MR] 
Fourth of July: moment of silence for hostages 
during ceremonies for Statue of Liberty (S. Con. 
Res. 153), 16048 [26JN] 
Jenco, Lawrence M.: hostage release, 17821, 17833 
[28JY], 17885 [29JY], 18739 [1AU] 

tribute, 22863 [USE] 

Religion: civil war's toll on Christian community, 

9419 [5MY] 
Statue of Liberty: moment of silence for U.S. cap- 
tives in Lebanon during centennial celebration 
(H. Con. Res. 362), 15899 [26JN] 
U.S. hostages, 4719 [13MR], 4878 [14MR], 6645 
[8AP], 8544 [23AP], 8817 [28AP], 8957 [29AP] 
Statements 

Peacekeeping Force in Lebanon: Senator Moynihan 
(1983), 6476 [27MR] 
Testimonies 
Importance of Lebanon to the U.S. and Major 
Policy and Foreign Aid Actions for Consider- 
ation: Robert A. Basil, 9420 [5MY] 
Texts of 
H. Con. Res. 362, sense of Congress for moment of 
silence during Statue of Liberty Fourth of July 
ceremonies for U.S. captives in Lebanon, 15662 
[26JN] 
H. Res. 524, welcoming Lawrence Jenco into the 
U.S., encouraging continued assistance in obtain- 
ing release for remaining U.S. hostages, con- 
demning terrorist act of taking hostages, and re- 
quest accounting of well-being of William Buck- 
ley, 19027 [5AU] 
S. Con. Res. 153, moment of silence for U.S. hos- 
tages during ceremonies for Statue of Liberty, 
15993 [26JN] 
S. Res. 457, release of Lawrence M. Jenco, 18740, 
18781 [1AU] 
LEBOWITZ, JOEL L. 
Letters 

Efforts of Naum and Inna Meiman to emigrate, 
5185 [18MR] 
LECCESE, VICTOR 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 8238 [21AP] 
LECCESE, VINCENT 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 6823 [8AP] 
LECHNER, ALFRED J., JR. 
Remarks in Senate 

Courts: nomination confirmed, 12933 [6JN] 
Reports filed 

Court Nomination: Committee on the Judiciary 
12772 [5JN1 
LEDBETTER, DON 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 17013 [17JY] 
LEDBETTER, MARSHALL P. 
Remarks in House 
Tribute, 14220 [17JN] 



Spy by Soviets, 23334 



LEDDY, BOB 

Articles and editorials 

East Providence Lopes— They're Solid Athletes 
and Solid Citizens, 31425 [150C] 
LEDERMAN, GRIGORY AND ELIZAVETA 
Remarks in Senate 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 4173 [10MR] 
LEDERMAN, LEON M 
Addresses 

Basic Research and Economic Development, 
29119-29121 [60C] 
LEE, ANN F. 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project, 25590 [23SE] 
LEE, ARMISTEAD M. 
Articles and editorials 

Should the FDA Regulate the Rest of the World?, 
10332 [12MY1 
LEE, BOB 
Articles and editorials 

Guide Editor Recalls Valuable Lessons Learned 
From Lee, 17405 [23JY] 

Journalist Bob Lee Retires To Write His Books, 

17403 [23 J Y] 
Long-Time Local Editor, Writer Bob Lee Retires, 

17404 [23 J Y] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 17403 [23JY] 
LEE, FU C. 
Bills and resolutions 

Relief (see S. 2514) 
LEE, GARY 
Articles and editorials 
Daniloff Is Indicted 
[15SE] 
LEE, MARC 
Articles and editorials 

Voice for Indians' Plight in Nicaragua, 5696 
[20MR] 
LEE, PHILIP R 
Resolutions by organizations 

Award: Over-60 Health Clinic, 4854 [13MR] 
LEE, PIL WOONG 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 7427 [HAP] 
LEE, SAMUEL S.H. 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project, 25582 [23SE] 
LEE, SHON N 
Bills and resolutions 

Relief (see S. 2514) 
LEE, WILLIAM C. 
Articles and editorials 

Father of U.S. Airborne, 10854 [15MY], 11674 

[21 MY] 
General From N.C. Immortalized by D-Day 
Troops, 10855 [15MY], 11674 [21MY] 
Bills and resolutions 

William C. Lee Day: designate (see S. Con. 
140) 
Lists 

Cosponsors of S. Con. Res. 140, William C 
Day, 11673 [21 MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

William C. Lee Day: designate (S. Con. Res. 
10854 [15MY], 11673 [21MY] 
Texts of 
S. Con. Res. 140, William C Lee Day, 10854 
[15MY], 11675 [21MY] 
LEE JUO JUI 
Texts of 

S. 521, relief, 29424 [80C] 
LEE LO LIN 
Texts of 

S. 521, relief, 29424 [80C] 
LEECH, ANDREA 
Texts of 

S. 462, relief, 5015 [14MR] 
LEECHBURG, PA 
Remarks in House 

William Marconi Lodge: anniversary, 1662 [4FE] 



Res 



Lee 



140) 



LEE-RICE, BRENDA 

Letters 

Juvenile delinquency, 1737 [5FE] 
LEESBURG, FL 
Remarks in House 

Culver Middle School: drug abuse program, 32675 
[160C] 
Statements 

Drug Abuse Program at Culver Middle School: 
student pledge, 32675 [160C] 
LEFEVER, BARBARA S. 
Remarks in Senate 

Outstanding home study courses graduate, 8606 
[24AP] 
Summaries 

Achievements of Home Study Graduate of the 
Year, 8606-8608 [24AP] 
LEFEVER, ERNEST 
Articles and editorials 

Grounds for Hope in Ulster, 3587 [4MR] 
LeFEVRE, ARTHUR L. 
Letters 

Revenue sharing program, 8643 [24AP] 
LEFF, ERNEST 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 7240 [10AP] 
LEFF, LISA 
Articles and editorials 

Tax Bill Provisions Criticized as Harmful to Higher 
Education, 22565 [10SE] 
LEGAL DEFENSE FUND 
Letters 

Capital punishment, 5933 [21 MR] 
Nomination of William H. Rehnquist as Chief Jus- 
tice: Elaine R. Jones, 22811-22820 [USE] 

Eric Schnapper, 22811-22820 [USE] 

LEGAL IMMIGRATION REFORM ACT 
Remarks in Senate 

Aliens: changes in numerical limitation and prefer- 
ence system (S. 2768), 21926 [15AU] 
Texts of 

S. 2768, provisions, 21927-21928 [15AU] 
LEGAL SERVICES CORP. 
Articles and editorials 

Congress Restricts Medicaid Payment for Abortion, 

5943 [21MR] 
Going Private With Legal Aid, 11341 [20MY], 

13405 [11JN] 
Majority Backs Legal Aid for Poor, 12534 [4JN] 
Bills and resolutions 

Abortion: restrictions on use of funds for legal as- 
sistance (see S. 2224) 
Appropriations: authorizing (see S. 2409) 
Terminate (see H.R. 4309) 
Communications from 
Freedom of Information Act: report, 16368 
(EC3384) [14JY] 
Poems 

"For the Record, 
10346 [12MY] 
Remarks in House 
Abolish, 3593 [5MR] 
Agriculture: validity of accusations of violations of 

farm worker's rights, 27399-27401 [30SE] 
Anniversary, 10346 [12MY] 
Budget: funding, 8850 [29AP], 16932-16938 [17JY] 

reductions, 12534 [4JN], 13405 [11JN] 

Farm Workers' Legal Services: validity of accusa- 
tions of violations of farm worker's rights, 27399- 
27401 [30SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

Abortion: restrictions on use of funds for legal as- 
sistance (S. 2224), 5942-5944 [21 MR] 
Appropriations: authorizing (S. 2409), 9656-9660 
[6MY] 

modify conditions, 28377 [30C] 



Edgar S. and Jean C. Cahn, 



Budget: impact of reductions, 11341 [20MY] 
Statements 

Prepaid Legal Services: Joel Hyatt, 16935 [17JY] 



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1529 

LEHMAN, RICHARD H. 



Summaries 

Dissent on 1987 LSC Budget Request: Representa- 
tive Combest, 8850 [29AP] 
Texts of 
S. 2409, authorizing appropriations, 9658-9660 
[6MY] 
LEGAL TIMES (publication) 
Articles and editorials 

Federal Regulators Show Indifference, 33299 

[HOC] 
Pending Legislation Would End Impasse Over SBA 

Program, 33291 [170C] 
Rehnquist Nomination, 22606 [10SE] 
LEGION OF VALOR OF THE U.S. OF AMER- 
ICA, INC. 
Remarks in House 

National Legion of Valor Day: designate (H.J. Res 
625), 9523 [6MY] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 625, National Legion of Valor Day 9523 
[6MY] 
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERN- 
MENT see also Congress; House of Repre- 
sentatives; Senate 
Amendments 

Appropriations: making (H.R. 5203), 17981, 17984, 
17987 [29JY], 21353-21358, 21363, 21405 [13AU] 
Appointments 

Conferees: H.R. 5203, legislative branch appropria- 
tions, 22093 [15AU] 
Bills and resolutions 

Appropriations: making (see H.R. 5203) 
House of Representatives: limit outside earned 
income of officers and employees (see H Res 
522) 
Office of Civil Rights Assessment: establish (see 
H.R. 5179) 
Remarks in House 

Appropriations: making (H.R. 5203), 17971-17992 

[29JY] 
making (H.R. 5203), appointment of confer- 
ees, 22093 [15AU] 
Remarks in Senate 

Appropriations: making (H.R. 5203), 21353, 21365, 

21366-21369 [13AU] 
Commission on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial 
Salaries: appointment of Russell W. Meyer, 21785 
[15AU] 
Office of the Majority Leader: funding, 21363 

[13AU] 
Office of the Minority Leader: funding 
[13AU] 
Reports 

Legislative Branch Appropriations (H.R. 
Committee on Appropriations (excerpt) 
[13AU] 
Reports by conference committees 

Making Legislative Branch Appropriations (H.R 
5203), 22093-22095 [15AU] 
Reports filed 

Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations 
(H.R. 5203) (H. Rept. 99-693), 16966 [17JY] 

Committee on Appropriations (H.R. 5203) 

(S. Rept. 99-384), 19849 [7AU] 
Rulings of the Chair 

Appropriations: making (H.R. 5203), 17981 [29JY] 
Tables 
Comparison on legislative branch appropriations 

(H.R. 5203), 21365 [13AU] 
Legislative branch budget authority, 21359 [13AU] 
Texts of 
H.R. 5203, making appropriations, 17977-17980 
[29JY] 
LEGISLATIVE PAY ACT 
Appointments 

House minority party employees (H. Res. 372), 
1762 [5FE] 
LEHIGH COUNTY, PA 
Letters 

Pennsylvania highway extension project, 13429 
[11JN] 
Petitions 

Pennsylvania highway extension project: planning 
board, 13429 [11JN] 



21363 



5203): 
21363 



LEHIGH VALLEY, PA 

Remarks in House 

Howells, David M., Sr.: tribute, 17722 [24JY] 
LEHLEITNER, GEORGE 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 13611 [12JN] 
LEHMAN, JOHN F„ JR. see Secretary of the 

Navy 
LEHMAN, RICHARD H. (a Representative from 

California) 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 3113, coordinated operation of Cen- 
tral Valley Project and State Water Project, CA, 
18373 [31JY] 
Articles and editorials 

Don't Kill This Sierra Stream, Gene Grigg, Fresno 

(CA) Bee, 8174* [21AP] 
For Shame, San Francisco, Los Angeles (CA) 

Times, 23392 [16SE] 
For Shame, San Francisco — Mayor Feinstein Plays 
the Water Game, Los Angeles-Style, K. Patrick 
Conner, San Francisco (CA) Examiner-Chron- 
icle, 33565* [170C] 
Protect Yosemite Park, Oakland (CA) Tribune 
23391 [16SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Banks and banking: increase capital for loans to 

farmers (see H.R. 5132), 15770 [26JN] 
Credit cards: uniform disclosure of interest rates 

(see H.R. 5613), 27116 [29SE] 
Dams: prohibit construction within national parks 

and monuments (see H.R. 4089), 1073 [30JA] 
Housing: prevent displacement of low-income and 
elderly residents in certain rural subsidized 
projects due to prepayment of loans by Sec. of 
Agriculture (see H.R. 5463), 22144 [15AU] 
Kings River: designate as component of Wild and 
Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 4629), 7891 
[17AP] 
Savings accounts: uniform disclosure of interest 
rates (see H.R. 5613), 2' 116 [29SE] 
Bills and resolutions introdui -d by. as cosponsor 

Advisory Council on F storic Preservation: clarify 
certain authorities ( -e H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 
Agricultural Act: ren ove authority to plant non- 
program crops relat ve to acreage limitation (see 
H.R. 4166), 2131 [18FE] 
Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res 

310), 10282 [12MY] 
American Indian Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

704), 23245 [12SE] 
Annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule (see H R 

5600), 32329 [160C] 
Antiballistic Missile Treaty: defense programs 
should remain in conformance (see H. Con. Res 
336), 26428 [26SE] 
Appropriations: increase amounts under Federal 
disaster and emergency programs (see H.R 
4224), 2677 [25FE] 
Armed Forces: cost of living adjustments for mili- 
tary retirement and survivor benefit programs 
(see H.R. 4671), 8476 [23AP] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 2678 [25FE] 
Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 12625 [5JN] 
Banks and banking: improve quality of examinations 
of depository institutions (see H.R. 4917) 12129 
[3JN] 
Budget: disapproval of rescission for urban develop- 
ment action grant program (see H.J. Res. 513), 
1502 [4FE] 
Canada: importation of certain beef products (see 

H.R. 4591), 20744 [11AU] 
Centennial Year of the Gasoline Powered Automo- 
bile: designate (see H.J. Res. 439), 537 [27JA] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 
Child Nutrition Act: improve availability of benefits 

(see H.R. 4990), 22366 [9SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060) 
2978 [26FE] 



Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R 

4567), 7126 [10AP] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541) 
3855 [6MR] 
Community development credit union revolving 
loan fund: transfer to National Credit Union Ad- 
ministration (see H.R. 5554), 24687 [18SE] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 

(see H. Con. Res. 225), 26076 [24SE] 
Constitution: authorize minting a coin in commemo- 
ration of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 26370 
[25SE] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 29387 

[70C] 
Credit cards: information on interest rates (see H R 

4197), 9553 [6MY] 
de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H Res 

469), 18421 [31JY] 
Depository Institutions Act: extend emergency ac- 
quisition and net worth guarantee provisions (see 
H.R. 4551), 7125 [10AP] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
Ellis Island Medal of Honor: award (see H Con 

Res. 381), 23245 [12SE] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 14078 [17JN] 
EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073) 
17693 [24JY] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 13269 
[11JN] 
Export Administration Act: place restrictions on 
exporting crude oil from Cook Inlet, AK (see 
H.R. 3817), 8762 [28AP] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561) 

7127 [10AP] 
Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5497), 22737 [10SE] 
Farm Credit System: interest rates (see H.R. 5635) 

28332 [30C] 
FDIC: establish procedure to facilitate restructuring 
or canceling agricultural loans (see H.R. 4241) 
2977 [26FE] 
Federal employees: restore retirement fund losses 

(see H.R. 3689), 48 [21JA] 
Federal Land Exchange Facilitation Act: enact (see 

H.R. 4814), 17317 [22JY] 
Food stamp plan: improve availability of benefits 

(see H.R. 4990), 22366 [9SE] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R 3894) 
17054 [21JY] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 22147 [15AU] 
Geological Survey: assessment of quality of Na- 
tion's ground and surface water resources (see 
H.R. 3906), 2978 [26FE] 

authorize water resources research (see H R 

5526), 23473 [16SE] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

381), 6057 [25MR] 
Housing Act: restrict prepayment of rural rental 
loans made by Sec. of Agriculture (see H R 
5640), 28178 [20C] 
Impoundment Control Act: deferrals of budget au- 
thority shall not take effect until Congress com- 
pletes action on impoundment bill (see H R 
4205), 3481 [4MR] 
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: expand bound- 
aries and increase funding for land acquisition 
(see H.R. 4037), 3649 [5MR] 
Japan: conditions to become primary dealer in U.S. 
securities (see H. Con. Res. 403), 30117 [90C] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see HJ 
Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 



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LEHMAN, RICHARD H. 

Language and languages: establish literacy pro- 
grams for individuals of limited English profi- 
ciency (see H.R. 5042), 14078 [17JN] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 16504 [15JY] 
Marcos, Ferdinand E.: Sec. of Defense to recover 
expenses for transportation from the Philippines 
(see H.R. 4761), 15772 [26JN] 
Medicare: assure quality inpatient and post-hospital 
services (see H.R. 4638), 13269 [UJN] 

require timely payment of claims, and retain 

periodic-interim-payment method (see H.R. 
5053), 17317 [22JY] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 14079 
[17JN] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
14079 [17JN] 
Money: establish requirements and procedures to 
prevent laundering (see H.R. 5176), 16746 [16JY] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 18420 [31JY] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [HOC] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 23473 [16SE] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 28179 [20C] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 20744 [1 1AU] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

22147 [15AU] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 27117 [29SE] 
National Ceramic Arts Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 661), 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 21131 [12AU] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 9776 [7MY] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90), 

17507 [23JY] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

602), 8888 [29AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 1 1449 [20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 26370 [25SE] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 2294 [19FE] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10215 [8MY] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 6931 [9AP] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 632), 11449 [20MY] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
692), 18670 [1AU] 



National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 2294 [19FE] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 6932 [9AP] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 27552 [IOC] 
National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 
National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 670), 28824 [60C] 
National Pension Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

600), 7555 [15AP] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 12982 [9JN] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 13269 [11JN] 
National School Lunch Act: improve availability of 

benefits (see H.R. 4990), 22366 [9SE] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 410), 28179 [20C] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 22246 [8SE] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 27552 [IOC] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 27426 [30SE] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

8888 [29AP] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
18228 [30JY] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

28180 [20C] 
Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 13526 [12JN] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule for pensions (see 
H.R. 5600), 32329 [160C] 
Perot Commission on Americans Missing in South- 
east Asia: establish (see H. Con. Res. 129), 24803 
[19SE] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 16504 [15JY] 
Postal Service: strengthen enforcement of plant and 
animal quarantine laws (see H.R. 5684), 30117 
[90C] 
Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Recreation: provide for ski areas on national forest 

lands (see H.R. 4489), 5898 [21 MR] 
Retirement annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule on 
taxation be maintained (see H. Res. 412), 7690 
[16AP] 
Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H.J. 

Res. 385), 19745 [7AU] 
Roses: rates of duty on imported (see H.R. 1701), 

13268 [11JN] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 

pay restitution under the whole herd buy out 

program (see H.R. 5549), 29387 [70C] 
Sec. of the Interior: clarify certain authorities (see 
H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 



engage in water resource projects in territo- 
ries and commonwealths (see H.R. 4435), 5307 
[18MR] 

study minimum altitude for aircraft flying 

over National Park System (see H.R. 4430), 5307 
[18MR] 
Securities: conditions for Japanese to become pri- 
mary dealer in U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 403), 30117 
[90C] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

7690 [16AP] 
Skelton, Richard (Red): award congressional gold 

medal (see H.R. 5510), 32329 [160C] 
Social Security: limit increase in inpatient hospital 
deductible and change extended care coinsurance 
amount (see H.R. 4620), 9211 [1MY] 

restore trust fund losses (see H.R. 3689), 48 

[21JA] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 
South Africa: prohibit loans and other investments 

(see H.R. 4868), 12625 [5JN] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

646), 16747 [16JY] 
Square dance: designate as the national folk dance 

(see H.J. Res. 316), 2017 [6FE] 
State and local governments: clarification of receipt 
sharing moneys from National Forest System (see 
H.R. 5200), 16966 [17JY] 
States: increase limitations for emergency relief of 
natural disaster or catastrophic failure (see H.R. 
4240), 2977 [26FE] 
Taxation: allow homeowners to deduct full prepaid 
interest on principal residence (see H.R. 4911), 
27117 [29SE] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 9465 [5MY] 
VA: adjudication of claims for benefits (see H.R. 

585), 13526 [12JN] 
Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 628), 15773 [26JN] 
Western regional export licensing office: establish 

(see H.R. 5443), 22144 [15AU] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 1074 [30JA] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
Year of the Reader: designate (see H.J. Res. 671), 

26076 [24SE] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 
commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 6638 [8AP] 
Letters 

Dam Hetch Hetchy valley in Yosemite: MM. 
O'Shaughnessy (1913), 23391 [16SE] 
Remarks by, on 

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (H.R. 4154), 25446 
[23SE] 
Aliens: restrictions on warrantless entry to agricul- 
tural operations, 30057 [90C] 
Angola: military assistance, 23636* [17SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14243 

[18JN] 
Armenian Martyrs' Day: commemoration, 838 1* 

[22AP] 
Banks and banking: depository fund availability, 

451* [23JA] 
Budget: proposals, 1752 [5FE] 
Centennial Year of Liberty in the U.S.: designate 

(H.J. Res. 407), 30404* [10OC] 
Central America: economic assistance, 15536* 

[25JN] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5765* [21MR] 
Central Valley Project and State Water Project, 
CA: provide for coordinated operation (H.R. 
3113), conference report, 30750* [140C] 
Civil service retirement: cost of living adjustments 
(H.R. 4060), 16263* [26JN] 






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LEHMAN, WILLIAM 



Claus, August S.: House prayer, 8849 [29AP] 
Congressional interns: Timothy G. Glidewell, trib- 
ute, 2048* [6FE] 
Dept. of Defense: making appropriations for mili- 
tary construction (H.R 5052), 15536* [25JN] 
Electric Consumers Protection Act: enact (H R 

44), 8173* [21AP] 
Expedited Funds Availability Act: enact (H.R. 

2443), 451* [23JA] 
Farm Mortgage Marketing Corp. Act: enact (H.R 

5132), 16250* [26JN] 
Foreign relations: Nicaragua, 5765* [21 MR] 
Fresno Liberty Singers, CA: tribute, 30404* [10OC] 
House: prayer by August S. Claus, 8849 [29AP] 
Housing: national policy, 18259 [31JY] 
prevent displacement of low-income and el- 
derly residents in certain rural subsidized projects 
(H.R. 5463), 22182* [15AU] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 

(H.R. 3810), 26402* [26SE], 30057 [90C] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 4759) 

23636* [17SE] 
Kings River, CA: designate as Wild and Scenic 

River (H.R. 4629), 8015* [17AP] 
Manufacturing Housing Institute: anniversary 

33645* [HOC] 
Military assistance: Angola, 23636* [17SE] 
Mortgage loans: impact of Reagan administration 

budget proposal, 1752 [5FE] 
Narcotics: national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22731* [10SE] 
National forests: special use permits for ski areas 

(H.R. 4489), 17970 [29JY] 
National parks: study aircraft noise (H.R. 4430), 

24080 [18SE] 
National parks and monuments: regulate water de- 
velopment facilities (H.R. 4089), 1304* [30JA] 
23391 [16SE], 33564* [170C] 
National Port Week: designate (H.J. Res. 714), 

31225* [140C], 32683* [160C] 
Nevada Wilderness Protection Act: enact (H R 

3302), 9119 [30AP] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15536* [25JN] 
covert aid for military and paramilitary oper- 
ations, 5765* [21MR] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540) 

5765* [21MR] 

U.S. policy, 5765* [21MR] 

Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22731* [10SE] 
Personal explanation, 9744* [7MY] 
Public safety employees: age limitation on employ- 
ment, 25446 [23SE] 
Reagan, President: budget proposal, 1752 [5FE] 
Rural Rental Housing Displacement Prevention 

Act: enact (H.R. 5463), 22182* [15AU] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 

(H. Con. Res. 350), 14693* [19JN] 
Sec. of the Interior: study minimum altitude for 
aircraft flying over National Park System, to con- 
sider H.R. 4430 (H. Res. 533), 24080 [18SE] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 14243 [18JN] 
Soviet Union: compliance with SALT II Treaty 

14693* [19JN] 
Stockton, CA: Ruth and George Winges, anniversa- 
ry, 9363* [1MY] 

tribute to inland port, 31225* [140C], 32683* 

[160C] 
Truth in Savings and Credit Card Disclosure Act: 

enact (H.R. 5613), 29238 [70C] 
Votes: position on missed, 9744* [7MY] 
Water quality: Central Valley Project and State 

Water Project, CA, 30750* [140C] 
Wilderness areas: inclusion of certain lands in Na- 
tional Wilderness Preservation System, 9119 
[30AP] 
Winges, Ruth and 'George: anniversary, 9363* 
[1MY] 



Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
1752 [5FE], 7889 [17AP], 8211 [21AP], 8849 
[29AP], 9119 [30AP], 14243 [18JN], 14693 
[19JN], 15765 [26JN], 17970 [29JY], 18259 
[31JY], 22731 [10SE], 23391 [16SE], 24080 
[18SE], 25446 [23SE], 26405 [26SE], 29238 
[70C], 30115 [90C], 30216 [10OC], 31217 
[HOC], 32154 [1SOC], 33156 [170C] 
Special order: granted, 9761 [7MY] 
Reports 

Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs 

21241 [13AU] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 21241 [13AU] 
Songs 

"Happy Birthday, Liberty," Fresno Liberty Sing- 
ers, 30404* [10OC] 
Statements 

Dam Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite: Fredrick 
H. Newell (1913), 23391 [16SE] 

John E. Raker (1913), 23391 [16SE] 

SALT II Treaty: Robert S. McNamara (excerpts), 
14693 [19JN] 
Summaries 

Farm Mortgage Marketing Corp. Act (H.R. 5132), 
16250* [26JN] 
Testimonies 
Dam Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite: Franklin 
Lane (1913), 23391 [16SE] 
Texts of 
H.R. 5132, Farm Mortgage Marketing Corp. Act, 

16251* [26JN] 
H.R. 5463, Rural Rental Housing Displacement 
Prevention Act, 22183* [15AU] 
Tributes 
Glidewell, Timothy G., 2048* [6FE] 
Seiberling, Representative, 29812* [80C] 
LEHMAN, RONALD F., II 
Remarks in Senate 

Arms control: nomination as U.S. negotiator 9974 

[8MY] 
Dept. of State: nomi-.ation confirmed, 10888 
[15MY] 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Commi ee on Foreign Relations, 
10609 [14MY] 

LEHMAN, WILLIAM (a Representative from Flori- 
da) 
Addresses 

Jacob G. Bornstein Tribute: Gerald K. Schwartz 
10724* [14MY] 

Haskell Bernat, 10724* [14MY] 

Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 

28705 [60C] 
H.R. 5205, Dept. of Transportation and re- 
lated agencies appropriations, 26976 [29SE] 
Funeral Committee of Joseph P. Addabbo, 7363 
[HAP] 
Articles and editorials 

Caring Spirit Watches Over Dade, Dick Capen, 

Miami (FL) Herald, 1318* [30JA] 
Freedom To Go Home Again, New York (NY) 

Times, 2061 [6FE] 
Front-Line Soldiers Deserve Fully Tested Weap- 
ons, Representative Bennett, Wall Street Journal, 
11832* [21MY] 
Long Hours Pay Big Premiums for Insurer, Corne- 
lius F. Foote, Jr., Miami (FL) Business Monday, 
7052* [9AP] 
Outraged, Widower Pushes for Gun Control, 
Charles Whited, Miami (FL) Herald, 15643* 
[25JN] 
Reserves Have Friends in Congress, National Jour- 
nal, 2421* [19FE] 
Their Cry Is, "Let Our People Go," Bea L. Hines, 

Miami (FL) Herald, 1313* [30JA] 
Three Hundred Honor Anne— "A Legend," Rich- 
ard Wallace, Miami (FL) Herald, 15636* [25JN] 
Thursday the Rabbi Went to Prison, Ralph P 

Kingsley, 8426* [22AP] 
Trial Inspires Student Playwright, Jeff Benkoe, 
Miami (FL) News, 5986* [21 MR] 



Two Groups To Help County Find Homes for 
Pets, Celia W. Dugger, Miami (FL) Herald, 
19007* [4AU] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Appropriations: Dept. of Transportation and related 

agencies (see H.R. 5205), 17054 [21JY] 
Chiles, Joseph: relief (see H.R. 5545), 23670 [17SE] 
Chiles, Shannon: relief (see H.R. 5545), 23670 
[17SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Advertising: limit adjacent to interstate and Feder- 
al-aid primary highways (see H.R. 5043), 17317 
[22JY] 
Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (see H.R. 4154), 6931 
[9AP] 
Aged: establish task force to examine abuse (see 

H.R. 4494), 6056 [25MR] 
Agriculture: establish occupational health and 
safety standard on field sanitation (see H R 
4029), 3108 [27FE] 
American Armored Force: monument in Arlington, 

VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 23473 [16SE] 
American Folklife Center: authorizing appropria- 
tions (see H.R. 4545), 8888 [29AP] 
American Liver Foundation National Liver Aware- 
ness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 127), 15772 
[26JN] 
Anti-Apartheid Awareness Month: designate (see 

H. Res. 311), 705 [29 J A] 
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: defense programs 
should remain in conformance (see H. Con. Res 
336), 11949 [22MY] 
Armed Forces: safety requirements relative to 
transportation of members on chartered aircraft 
(see H.R. 4014), 3854 [6MR] 
Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of with strategic arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 15772 [26JN] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 12624 [5JN] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 475), 7690 [16AP] 
Big Cypress National Preserve Addition, FL: estab- 
lish (see H.R. 4090), 3388 [3MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 
Child abuse: minimize additional trauma to victim 
and improve criminal prosecution (see H R 
5692), 30217 [10OC] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060) 
7367 [HAP] 
Communications Act: expand availability of hear- 
ing-aid compatible telephones (see H.R. 3099) 
1503 [4FE] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 
(see H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 1074 [30JA] 
Constitution: authorize mint a coin in commemora- 
tion of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 27426 [30SE] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 16967 

[17JY] 
Copyright: make permanent requirements of manu- 
facturing clause (see H.R. 3465), 2678 [25FE] 
Crime and criminals: funds to States for implement- 
ing protective reforms to investigation and adju- 
dication of child sex abuse (see H.R. 5692), 30217 
[10OC] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

9553 [6MY] 
de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H Res 

469), 18421 [31JY] 
Dept. of Justice assets forfeiture fund: extend (see 

H.R. 5237), 21131 [12AU] 
Duvalier, Jean-Claude: return of funds and property 
illegally acquired (see H. Res. 388), 4121 [10MR] 
Education: establish effective schools and encour- 
age joint parent-child approaches (see H.R. 4463) 
7892 [17AP] 



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LEHMAN, WILLIAM 

establish program to strengthen and improve 

State and local agencies (see H.R. 3263), 3649 
[5MR) 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [HAP] 
Education of the Handicapped Act: reauthorize dis- 
cretionary and early intervention programs for 
infants, toddlers, and families (see H.R. 5520), 
24803 [19SE] 
EEOC: require Federal entities to prohibit employ- 
ment discrimination (see H.R. 5165), 16503 
[15JY] 

Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 529), 2293 [19FE] 

Employees: establish commission to study salary re- 
placement for leave in cases of birth, adoption, or 
serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300), 3480 
[4MR] 

Employment: discrimination against persons with 
cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 8212 [21AP] 

EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073), 
17693 [24JY] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 5566 
[19MR] 

Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 
Con. Res. 285), 2294 [19FE] 

Fair Housing Month: designate (see K.J. Res. 561), 
6932 [9AP] 

Federal Aviation Act: prohibit smoking on passen- 
ger carrying aircraft (see H.R. 5661), 29387 
[70C] 

Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 
certain (see H.R. 4194), 3854 [6MR] 

Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
8888 [29AP] 

Foreign countries: prohibit furnishing of Stinger air 
defense guided missiles to paramilitary forces (see 
H.R. 4615), 11449 [20MY] 

Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 

Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 615), 18908 [4AU] 

Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
381), 5829 [20MR] 

Haiti: transition to democracy (see H. Res. 382), 
6639 [8AP] 

Handicapped: prohibit discrimination by airlines 
(see H.R. 5274), 23670 [17SE] 

Holocaust: authorizing the rotunda of Capitol for 
remembrance of victims ceremony (see H. Con. 
Res. 314), 6930 [9AP] 

Homeless: comprehensive aid package (see H.R. 
5140), 21736 [14AU] 

Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
15773 [26JN] 

Israel: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Spain (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 

Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
553), 3853 [6MR] 

Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 1503 [4FE] 

Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 
NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 4702 [13MR] 

Lasker, Mary: special gold medal (see H.R. 4153), 
23245 [12SE] 

Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 716), 22367 [9SE] 

Library of Congress: change name and adjust pay 
of police force (see H.R. 1902), 23244 [12SE] 

Libya: no foreign tax credit shall be allowed (see 
H.R. 4680), 12129 [3JN] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in 

production, marketing, and distribution of oil (see 
H.R. 4700, 4847), 10523 [13MY], 11184 [19MY] 

travel advisory relative to terrorist attack of 

U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 289), 2293 [19FE] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
531), 11949[22MY] 



Made in America Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
688), 26370 [25SE] 

Medicaid: amend standards for skilled nursing facili- 
ties and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 8763 [28AP] 

State to provide comprehensive assessment 

of needs before providing long-term skilled nurs- 
ing (see H.R. 4901), 18670 [1AU] 

Medicare: amend standards for skilled nursing fa- 
cilities and intermediate care facilities (see H.R. 
4485), 8763 [28AP] 

assure quality inpatient and post-hospital 

services (see H.R. 4638), 18011 [29JY] 

continuing care to improve quality assurance 

systems (see H.R. 4330), 9211 [1MY] 

coverage of adult day care (see H.R. 4739), 

22366 [9SE] 

hold States harmless against decrease in pay- 
ment rates (see H.R. 4876), 11624 [21 MY] 

increase in payment for inpatient hospital 

services (see H.R. 3767), 5308 [18MR] 

require timely payment of claims, and retain 

periodic-interim-payment method (see H.R. 
5053), 21247 [13AU] 

sense of House regarding payment process- 
ing (see H. Res. 468), 14298 [18JN] 

waiver of liability for home health agencies 

and skilled nursing facilities (see H.R. 4065), 2293 
[19FE] 

Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 

Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 

Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 552), 16504 [15JY] 

National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
651), 13073 [10JN] 

National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 617), 18420 [31JY] 

National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [HOC] 

National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 8411 [22AP] 

National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 26076 [24SE] 

National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 514), 27117 [29SE] 

National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 596), 10282 [12MY] 

National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 12625 [5JN] 

National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 
6931 [9AP] 

National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 470), 705 [29JA] 

National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 
28180 [20C] 

National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7690 [16AP] 

National Back Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 444), 6931 [9AP] 

National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 27117 [29SE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 21736 
[14AU] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 4268 [11MR] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 579), 10215 [8MY] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 21735 [14AU] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 17507 [23JY] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90), 

18420 [31 J Y] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
602), 25374 [22SE] 



National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 1 1449 [20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 10990 
[15MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 2016 [6FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17507 [23JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 17054 [21JY] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 601 [28JA] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

234), 5566 [19MR] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10215 [8MY] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 6931 [9AP] 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: 
centralize motor carrier responsibilities (see H.R. 
4612), 15772 [26JN] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 6929 [9AP] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 18420 [31JY] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

429), 9146 [30AP] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 15772 [26JN] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 2594 [24FE] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 6932 [9AP] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 26076 [24SE] 
National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 15287 [24JN] 
National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 670), 17055 [21JY] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 5308 [18MR] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 23016 [USE] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 410), 28179 [20C] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 19952 [8AU] 

National Talented Teacher Fellowship Program: 

name after Sharon C. (Christa) McAuliffe (see 

H.R. 4143), 2015 [6FE] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483, 635), 1357 [3FE], 10703 [14MY] 

National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 26076 [24SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 28179 [20C] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 11625 [21MY] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 



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Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569) 

9146 [30AP] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351) 
16967 [17JY] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709) 

25457 [23SE] 
Office of Civil Rights Assessment: establish (see 

H.R. 5179), 20744 [11AU] 
Older Americans Act: amend relative to ombuds- 
man program (see H.R. 4485), 8763 [28AP] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 6932 
[9AP] 
OPIC: prohibit supporting financially the export of 

citrus crops (see H.R. 4423), 5566 [19MR] 
Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 

[USE] 
Public buildings: restrict smoking to designated 

areas (see H.R. 4488), 17819 [28JY] 
Romania: civil liberties (see H. Res. 447), 17507 

[23JY] 
Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 706), 27552 [IOC] 
Samantha Smith Memorial Exchange and Scholar- 
ship Program: provide to promote youth ex- 
changes with Soviet Union (see H.R. 3830), 48 
[21JA] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186) 

3108 [27FE] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

3108 [27FE] 
Sec. of HHS: publish statistical data relative to inci- 
dence of adoptions (see H.R. 5029), 13525 [12JN] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

9553 [6MY] 
Social Security: clarify institutionalized spouse 
income resources (see H.R. 4902), 18670 [1AU] 

furnish comprehensive, catastrophic, long 

term, and preventive benefits (see H.R. 4287) 
7127 [10AP] 

protect welfare of spouses of institutionalized 

individuals (see H.R. 4903), 18670 [1AU] 

provide for pilot and demonstration projects 

to test development of programs (see H.R. 880) 
7555 [15AP] 

require peer review organizations to act at 

request of hospital inpatients (see H.R 4275) 
4269 [11MR] 

require States to enforce rights of patients in 

long-term care facilities (see H.R. 4279) 3106 
[27FE] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H 

Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 
joint effort to achieve worldwide disease im- 
munization (see H. Res. 430), 16505 [15JY] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H Con 
Res. 332), 11625 [21 MY] 
provide Samantha Smith Memorial Ex- 
change and Scholarship Program to promote 
youth exchanges with Soviet Union (see H.R 
3830), 48 [21JA] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

646), 16747 [16JY] 
Spain: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Israel (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[8AP] 
States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 17819 [28JY] 
Taxation: disallow deductions for advertising or 
promotion expenses for sales of tobacco products 
(see H.R. 3950), 8477 [23AP] 
establishment of limited deduction of contri- 
butions to long-term care savings accounts (see 
H.R. 4904), 18670 [1AU] 

exclusion from gross income of citizens in 

Libya shall not apply (see H.R. 4680), 12129 
[3JN] 



extend solar energy residential and business 

credits (see H.R. 4045), 601 [28JA] 
Terrorism: President should convene summit to 
adopt unified program against (see H. Res. 547) 
27117 [29SE] 
Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H 

Con. Res. 244), 10991 [15MY] 
Tobacco industry: ban promotion of products (see 

H.R. 4972), 21131 [12AU] 
U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 17506 [23JY] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see HJ 

Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 
Vaccination: national immunization program (see 

H.R. 5184), 22737 [10SE] 
Volunteer workers: tribute, 14079 [17JN] 
Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II (see H. Res. 409) 
6638 [8AP] 
War crimes: search and appropriate judgment and 

prosecution (see H. Res. 408), 7690 [16AP] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to call (see HJ 
Res. 244), 5566 [19MR] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

499), 1074 [30JA] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see HJ. Res. 560) 

7690 [16AP] 
Year of the Reader: designate (see H.J. Res. 671) 
22738 [10SE] 
Books 

"Deschler's Procedure in the House of Representa- 
tives" (excerpts), 18188 [30JY] 
Invitation 

Stephen Baccus graduation from University of 
Miami Law School, 516* [23JA] 
Letters 

Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Handgun 
Crime: Lawrence I. Brant, 16514* [15JY] 
Motions offered by 

Metropolitan Washington Airports Act: enact 
32131 [150C] 
Remarks by, on 
Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (H.R. 4154) 25440* 
[23SE] 
Air traffic controllers: expand staff, 18199, 18212 

[30JY] 
American Council on Education: Marjorie Deutsch, 

tribute, 19891* [7AU] 
Amtrak: funding, 18164, 18165, 18179 [30JY] 
Animals: Pet Rescue and Adopt-a-Pet, Dade 

County, FL, 19007* [4AU] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), confer- 
ence report, 32023 [150C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 750), 29791 [80C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

10165, 10174 [8MY] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

conference report, 15249 [24JN] 
Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty 

2953* [26FE] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2953* 

[26FE] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5718* 
[20MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 

2062* [6FE] 
Child Injury Prevention Act: enact (S. 2648), 

33634* [HOC] 
Coast Guard: funding for narcotics interdiction ac- 
tivities, 18156, 18177 [30JY] 
Committee of conference: filing reports, 29231 

[70C] 
Committee on Appropriations: filing reports, 16959 

[17JY] 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 

9533 [6MY], 17996 [29JY] 
Dade County, FL: Annie Ackerman, tribute, 
15636* [25JN] 

Community Mental Health Agencies, 

Friendsday, tribute, 11473* [20MY] 



LEHMAN, WILLIAM 

Dewey Knight, tribute, 1318* [30JA] 

Marjorie Deutsch, tribute, 19891* [7AU] 

Pet Rescue and Adopt-a-Pet, 19007* [4AU] 

Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holo- 
caust: observance, 9533 [6MY], 13175* [10JN] 
Dept. of Defense: fully tested weapons, 11832* 

[21 MY] 
Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 17996-18004 
[29JY], 18151, 18154, 18156, 18160, 18162, 18164, 
18165, 18177, 18179, 18187, 18196, 18199, 18205 
18212, 18214, 18215, 18217, 18220 [30JY] 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), unani- 
mous-consent agreement, 18153 [30JY] 
District of Columbia: Washington metro rail con- 
struction funding, 18164, 18165 [30JY] 
Edelstein, Yuli: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 5986* [21 MR] 
Essas, Llya: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 

1313* [30JA] 
FAA: noise standards compliance, 18214 [30JY] 
Firearms: handgun deaths, 15642* [25JN] 
Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Hand- 
gun Crime, 16514* [15JY] 
Government procurement: nondomestic goods and 

services, 18215, 18217 [30JY] 
Government spending: reduce, 18220 [30JY] 
Haiti: economic assistance, 10165 [8MY] 
Health: Friendsday, tribute, Community Mental 
Health Agencies of Dade County, FL, 11473* 
[20MY] 
Joseph H. Kanter exercise facility by Par- 
course, Ltd., 7824* [16AP] 
Holocaust: commemoration, 9533 [6MY] 
Ingle wood, CA: land redevelopment project, 18162 

[30JY] 
Jews: Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the 
Holocaust, 13175* [10JN] 

efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 5986* 

[21 MR] 

Yom Hashoa, observance, 13175* [10JN] 

Kingsley, Ralph P.: prosecution for demonstrating 

at Soviet Embassy, 8425* [22AP] 
McAuliffe, Sharon C. (Christa): space program dis- 
aster, 2062* [6FE] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Act: enact, 
32131, 32134, 32135, 32137, 32138, 32140, 32143 
[150C] 
Miami, FL: Jacob G. Bornstein, tribute, 10724* 

[14MY] 
Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Hand- 
gun Crime, 15642* [25JN] 
Miami Springs, FL: Michael M. Isenberg, tribute, 

14872* [20JN] 
Monterey County, CA: highway bypass construc- 
tion, 18196 [30JY] 
National Highway Transportation Safety Adminis- 
tration: funding, 18177 [30JY] 
New Orleans, LA: United Cerebral Palsy Associa- 
tions conference, 11476* [20MY] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res 

540), 5718* [20MR] 
Personal explanation, 14073* [17JN], 22754* 

[10SE], 23031* [USE], 26058* [24SE] 
Point of order, 18154, 18188 [30JY] 
Railroads: competition, 18214 [30JY] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: emigration from Soviet 

Union, 5986* [21MR] 
Shirley Brant Memorial Fund Against Handgun 

Crime: tribute, 16514* [15JY] 
Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29742 
[80C] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate 1313* 
[30JA], 5986* [21 MR] 

prosecution of demonstrators at Embassy 

8425* [22AP] 
St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp.: use of 

funds, 18160 [30JY] 
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report 29742 
[80C] 



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Truth in Savings and Credit Card Disclosure Act: 

enact (H.R. 5613), 29241 [70C] 
University of Miami: Stephen Baccus graduation 

from Law School, 516* [23JA] 
Votes: position on missed, 14073* [17JN], 22754* 

[10SE], 23031* [USE], 26058* [24SE] 
Washington Metropolitan Airports: funding, 18164, 
18165 [30JY] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
497 [23JA], 1072 [30JA], 5718 [20MR], 6926 
[9AP], 10165 [8MY], 10702 [14MY], 11183 
[19MY], 11446 [20MY], 14740 [19JN], 14887 
[23JN], 15603 [25JN], 16502 [15JY], 18907 [4AU], 
19743 [7AU], 22365 [9SE], 29742 [80C], 30115 
[90C], 32023, 32154 [1SOC], 33156 [HOC] 
Special order: granted, 9551 [6MY], 14076 [17JN], 

26074 [24SE] 
Tribute, 2061 [6FE] 
Reports 

Committee of conference, 29386 [70C] 
Committee on Appropriations, 17054 [21JY] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 23471 [16SE] 
Reports by conference committees 

Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Ap- 
propriations (H.R. 5205), 29367-29375 [70C] 
Statements 

Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holo- 
caust: Mark E. Talisman, 13175* [10JN] 
Reinstatement of Air Traffic Controllers: Elizabeth 
Dole, Sec. of Transportation (excerpts), 18200 
[30JY] 
Tributes 
Ackerman, Annie, 15636* [25JN] 
Baccus, Stephen, 516* [23JA] 
Bornstein, Jacob G., 10724* [14MY] 
Brant, Lawrence, 15642* [25JN] 
Brant, Shirley, 15642* [25JN], 16514* [15JY] 
Deutsch, Marjorie, 19891* [7AU] 
Firestone, Wayne, 5986* [21 MR] 
Fuqua, Representative, 27108* [29SE] 
Isenberg, Michael M., 14872* [20JN] 
Ranter, Joseph H., 7824* [16AP] 
Knight, Dewey, 1318* [30JA] 
Montgomery, Representative, 2421* [19FE] 
Postal, Rose and Al, 22497* [9SE] 
Sandberg, Adele, 1313* [30JA] 
Sanford, Margery, 1313* [30JA] 
Seiberling, Representative, 29814* [80C] 
Shillinger, Jack, 11476* [20MY] 
Weaver, Representative, 32678* [160C] 
LEHMANN, CARL, JR. 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 13864 [16JN] 
LEHN, ALFRED M. 
Statements 

Senate Security (excerpts), 16256 [26JN] 
LEHNHARD, MARY N. 
Letters 

Tax exempt status of abortion organizations, 28363, 
28365 [30C] 
LEHRER, MARYANNE 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1010 [29JA], 1659 [4FE] 
LEHRMAN, LEWIS E. 
Addresses 

Goals for Our Next Century, 28688 [30C] 
Articles and editorials 

How To Decide About Strategic Defense, 1428 
[3FE] 
Essays 

Right to Life and the Restoration of the American 
Republic, 23268-23270 [12SE] 
LEHRMAN, SALLY 
Articles and editorials 

Profits? State Fanners Seek Survival, 7769 [16AP] 
State Farming Goes To Seed — More Foreclosures 
Than at Any Time Since Great Depression, 7770 
[16AP] 
Unhappy Banks Reap Crop of Unprofitable Land, 
7768 [16AP] 
LEIBMAN, MORRIS I. 
Remarks in Senate 

U.S. Institute of Peace: nomination confirmed, 
11811 [21MY] 



Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Labor and Human Re- 
sources, 11314 [20MY] 
LEIBMAN, MORRY 
Newsletters 

Fellows Annual Award Presented to Leibman, 9162 

[30AP] 
Morry Leibman Honored by Friends on 75th Birth- 
day, 9162 [30AP] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 9162 [30AP] 
LEICHTER, FRANZ S. 
Articles and editorials 

How New Yorkers Defeated LaRouche, 7884 
[17AP] 
LEIER, MARCILYN D. 
Biographies 

National Advisory Council on Women's Education 
Programs nominee, 13161 [10JN] 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Labor and Human Re- 
sources, 11314 [20MY] 
LEIKEN, ROBERT 
Articles and editorials 

Conversion of a Timely Kind, 9941 [7MY] 
Soviet Influence in Nicaragua (excerpts), 5757 
[20MR] 
Statements 

Contra Aid, 20882 [12AU] 
LEIS, HENRY P., JR. 
Articles and editorials 

Family History and Oral Contraceptives, 27879- 
27882 [20C] 
LEISURE 
Bills and resolutions 

Boats and boating: display of gasoline content (see 
H.R. 4730) 

Federal safety program (see H.R. 4731) 

National Bowling Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

388; H.J. Res. 620) 
National Fishing Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

262) 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see S.J. 
Res. 286; H.J. Res. 502) 
Remarks in Senate 

National Fishing Week: designate (S.J. Res. 262), 
1238 [30JA] 
LELAND, ELIZABETH 
Articles and editorials 

Steadfast Conservative, 16330 [14JY] 
LELAND, JARRETT D. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 2458 [19FE] 
LELAND, MICKEY (a Representative from Texas) 
Addresses 

Ana G. Mendez Foundation, San Juan, PR: Jose F. 

Mendez, 14859* [20JN] 
Cuyahoga Community College's Louis Stokes Tele- 
communications Center: Rubie McCullough, 
33668* [170C] 
Justice in the U.S. and Abroad: Paul G. Kirk, Jr., 
19612*-19613* [6AU] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10531 [13MY], 10904 [15MY] 
Philippines: economic and military assistance (H.R. 
5081), 19717 [7AU] 
Analyses 

Telephone Ratepayer Protection and Technology 
Promotion Act (H.R. 3687), 22130 [15AU] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconcilia- 
tion Act, 26359 [25SE] 
Delegation to attend memorial service for space 
shuttle Challenger crew members, 1058 [30JA] 
Articles and editorials 

Bob McGlotten— As Labor's Top Lobbyist, Fight- 
ing To Hold the Line, Spencer Rich, Washington 
(DC) Post, 13655* [12JN] 
De Menil One of 12 Medal of Arts Winners, Carl 
Cunningham, Houston (TX) Post, 16971* [17JY] 
Dellums — Exoneration Is His — Passage of Anti-Pre- 
toria Sanctions Marks Milestone for Hill Veteran, 
James R. Dickenson, Washington (DC) Post, 
15610* [25JN] 



Divestiture Will Survive, Gerald Warburg, Los An- 
geles (CA) Times, 23271* [12SE] 

FCC's New Threat to Minority Preferences, 
Tyrone Brown, Washington (DC) Post, 28697* 
[30C] 

Hard Times — Plunge in Oil Prices Brings Econom- 
ic Woes to Energy-Belt States, Laurie P. Cohen, 
Wall Street Journal, 1797* [5FE] 

House Votes Bill To Cut Off Investment in South 
Africa; Strikes by Blacks Multiply, Neil A. 
Lewis, New York (NY) Times, 15611* [25JN] 

Houstonian de Menil Given Medal of Arts, Kathy 
Lewis, Houston (TX) Post, 16970* [17JY] 

Nail Biting Time for Oil Dependent States, Associ- 
ated Press, 527* [23JA] 

Near the Summit, Arnold Lipp Continues Climb in 
Accounting Business, Houston (TX) Digest (pub- 
lication), 3584* [4MR] 

Research Unit Focuses on Progress for Blacks, 
Kenneth B. Noble, New York (NY) Times, 
25086* [19SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 

Education: provide for homeless children and shel- 
ter for runaway youth (see H.R. 5136), 15771 
[26JN] 

Haiti: supporting democratic aspirations of people 
(see H. Res. 379), 2979 [26FE] 

Homeless: assistance under AFDC and Social Secu- 
rity (see H.R. 5139), 15771 [26JN] 

ensure individuals receive veterans' benefits 

(see H.R. 5138), 15771 [26JN] 

grants to establish shelters for parents with 

newborn infants (see H.R. 5135), 15771 [26JN] 

health care and mental services (see H.R. 

5137), 15771 [26JN] 

prevent and provide comprehensive aid 

package (see H.R. 5140), 15771 [26JN] 

prevent homelessness and address housing 

needs (see H.R. 5134), 15771 [26JN] 

Nakasone, Yasuhiro: denounce for statements rela- 
tive to U.S. minorities (see H. Res. 564), 26370 
[25SE] 

National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 

Social Security: permit States to provide prenatal, 
delivery, and postpartum care to low-income 
women (see H.R. 4630), 7891 [17AP] 

States: permit agencies to conduct food stamp out- 
reach to homeless (see H.R. 5133), 15771 [26JN] 

Telecommunication: greater participation of women 
and minorities (see H.R. 5651), 28823 [60C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: clarify 
certain authorities (see H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 

AFDC: work opportunities and retraining compact 
(see H.R. 4929), 17507 [23JY] 

Africa Famine, Recovery, and Development Fund: 
establish (see H.R. 4865), 11624 [21MY] 

Agricultural commodities: price and income protec- 
tion for family farmers (see H.R. 5588), 26075 
[24SE] 

Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance 
Act: encourage loans for microenterprises by un- 
developed countries (see H.R. 4894), 11947 
[22MY] 

Agriculture: establish occupational health and 
safety standard on field sanitation (see H.R. 
4029), 2293 [19FE] 

Air traffic controllers: permit the reappointment 
(see H.R. 4003), 13268 [11JN] 

American Business Women's Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 379), 22738 [10SE] 

American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 677), 22367 [9SE] 

Animals: end use of steel-jaw leghold traps (see 
H.R. 1809), 601 [28JA] 






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Annuities: treat as if 3-year basis recovery rule had 

not been repealed (see H.R. 5600), 26370 [25SE] 

Appropriations: extend revenue sharing program 

(see H.R. 1400), 4577 [12MR] 
Armed Forces: cost of living adjustments for mili- 
tary retirement and survivor benefit programs 
(see H.R. 4671), 10704 [14MY] 

safety requirements relative to transportation 

of members on chartered aircraft (see H.R. 4014) 
3854 [6MR] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 1780 [5FE] 
Atomic power plants: begin multilateral negotia- 
tions to strengthen safety standards (see H. Res. 
438), 10524 [13MY] 

establish international emergency response 

teams and inspections to assure safe operations 
(see H. Res. 445), 17693 [24JY] 
Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 12364 [4JN] 
Bacteria: EPA standards for antimicrobial agents 
used to control pest microorganisms (see H.R. 
5458), 22144 [15AU] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025, 4075, 4368), 2132 [18FE], 2594 [24FE] 
15772 [26JN] 
exempt Pell grant higher education assist- 
ance program (see H.R. 4722), 14297 [18JN] 

repeal (see H.R. 4012), 1779 [5FE] 

Ballistic knives: prohibit possession, manufacture, 
sale, importation, and mailing (see H.R. 4711), 
9776 [7MY] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500) 

1358 [3FE] 
Cadet Nurse Corps: credit time during World War 
II for civil service retirement (see H.R. 2663) 
18670 [1AU] 
CCC: excess cheese be made available to States (see 

H.R. 5145), 18420 [31JY] 

Challenger (space shuttle): designate seven moons of 

Uranus in honor of crew members (see H.J. Res 

508), 1503 [4FE] 

Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 

gifts and donations (see H.R. 4202), 3854 [6MR] 

Child Nutrition Act: improve availability of benefits 

(see H.R. 4990), 13267 [11JN] 
Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 13074 [10JN] 
China, People's Republic of: stress the release from 
prison of Roman Catholic priests, Protestant pas- 
tors, and layworkers (see H. Con. Res. 26), 2294 
[19FE] 
Civil Rights Act: revise procedures for enforcement 
of fair housing (see H.R. 4119), 4269 [11MR] 
Civil service: correct inequities in credit for retire- 
ment purposes (see H.R. 3006), 9553 [6MY] 
cost of living adjustments in annuities pay- 
able shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 2293 
[19FE] 
Claiborne, Harry E.: impeachment (see H. Res 

487), 15287 [24JN] 
Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H R 

4567), 7126 [10AP] 
Commodities: labeling to indicate foreign and do- 
mestic content (see H.R. 3803), 3854 [6MR] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541) 
6932 [9AP] 
Community food and nutrition programs: authorize 

appropriations (see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 18670 

[1AU] 
Consumer Credit Protection Act: consumer leases 
and rental purchase agreements (see H.R. 2730), 
1779 [5FE] 
Cooperative Extension Service: funds (see H. Res 

413), 7126 [10AP] 
Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 678), 18228 [30JY] 
Crime and criminals: interception of certain com- 
munications and other forms of surveillance (see 
H.R. 4952), 12623 [5JN] 



interception of communications and other 

forms of surveillance (see H.R. 3378), 6930 [9AP] 
more effective penalties for cocaine viola- 
tions (see H.R. 5103), 16504 [15JY] 
prohibit high ranking Federal civilian offi- 
cers from representing foreign principal for 10 
years after leaving service (see H.R. 3733), 3107 
[27FE] 
Crimes against the elderly: identification, preven- 
tion, and treatment programs (see H.R. 5425) 
23016 [USE] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

9553 [6MY] 
Dependent care programs: authorize appropriations 

(see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Diabetes: establish program for prevention and con- 
trol (see H.R. 4282), 8411 [22AP] 
Diseases: promote family support groups for Alz- 
heimer's patients and families (see H.R. 4055), 601 
[28JA] 
Drugs: mandatory penalties for importation or ex- 
portation of controlled substances (see H R 
1946), 10523 [13MY] 
Duvalier, Jean-Claude: return of funds and property 
illegally acquired (see H. Res. 388), 3480 [4MR] 
Education: establish adult literacy programs (see 
H.R. 2535), 1357 [3FE] 

establish drug abuse prevention programs 

(see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

establish program to strengthen and improve 

State and local agencies (see H.R. 3263), 9465 
[5MY] 

establish training to improve competitiveness 

in international trade (see H.R. 4728), 10282 
I12MY] 
financial assistance to State and local educa- 
tional agencies for demonstration of chemical 
substance abuse (see H.R. 4030), 2293 [19FE] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res 

582), 7367 [14AP] 
EEOC: time limitation for review and action on 
charges under Civil Rights Act (see H. Con. Res 
359), 17693 [24JY] 
Elections: protect voting rights (see H.R. 1453), 

16326 [14JY] 
Employment: discrimination against persons with 

cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 18228 [30JY] 
establish commission to study salary replace- 
ment for leave in cases of birth, adoption, or 
serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300), 14297 
[18JN] 
Energy: assist in providing for security in U.S. (see 

H.R. 4653), 9146 [30AP] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 
standards for gas and electric appliances (see 
H.R. 5465), 22145 [15AU] 

improve national policy (see H.R 4843) 

10989 [15MY] 
EPA: set standards for identification and abatement 
of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 13269 
[11JN] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 

Con. Res. 285), 2016 [6FE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

6058 [25MR] 
Fair Labor Standards Act: increase minimum wages 

(see H.R. 4323), 8411 [22AP] 
FCC: repromulgate regulations to prohibit traffick- 
ing in station licenses (see H.R. 5068), 14742 
[19JN] 
Federal Aviation Act: use of dogs for detecting 
plastic explosives and other devices at airports 
(see H.R. 3593), 10215 [8MY] 
Federal Council on Women: establish (see H.R 

5072), 15286 [24JN] 
Federal Deposit Insurance Act: emergency proce- 
dures for financial difficulties in agricultural and 
energy sectors (see H.R. 4569), 7126 [10AP] 
Federal employees: clarify provisions of law pro- 
hibiting furloughing on legal holidays (see H R 
4896), 1 1947 [22MY] 
strengthen protections against prohibited per- 
sonnel practices (see H.R. 4033), 1357 [3FE] 



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Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: enforce 
food labeling requirements (see H.R. 4935), 15287 
[24JN] 
Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 
certain (see H.R. 4194), 3649 [5MR] 

prohibit sale, delivery, and importation of 

certain nonmetal (see H.R. 4223), 6057 [25MR] 
Follow Through Program: authorize appropriations 

(see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Food stamp plan: exclude income from employment 
in sheltered workshops for handicapped (see H.R 
4182), 10990 [15MY] 

improve availability of benefits (see H.R 

4990), 13267 [1 UN] 
Foreign countries: prohibit furnishing of Stinger air 
defense guided missiles to paramilitary forces (see 
H.R. 4615), 16967 [17JY] 
Foreign trade: improve response to unfair practices 
of foreign countries (see H.R. 4412), 6931 [9AP] 

treatment of environmental and conservation 

as aspects of open and fair international (see H R 
4681), 9776 [7MY] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 18908 [4AU] 
Ghana: commend for establishment of W.E.B. 
DuBois Shrine and Memorial Center for Pan- 
African Culture (see H. Res. 498), 18421 [31JY] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

381), 2979 [26FE] 
Haiti: imposition of certain sanctions (see H. Con 
Res. 282), 2016 [6FE] 

transition to democracy (see H. Res. 382) 

2978 [26FE] 
Head Start Program: authorize appropriations (see 

H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 667), 16747 [16JY] 
Housing and Community Development Act: ensure 
funds expended benefit low and moderate income 
persons (see H.R. 4679), 8888 [29AP] 
Humane Products Testing Act: enact (see H.R 

1877), 29387 [70C] 
Indochina: Postal Service to issue stamp honoring 

MIAs (see H. Res. 392), 5309 [18MR] 
IRS: provide adequate resources to enforce revenue 

laws (see H. Con. Res. 294), 6933 [9AP] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 3853 [6MR] 
Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 2293 [19FE] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10524 [13MY] 
Kangaroos: prohibit importation of products (see 

H.R. 2952), 2978 [26FE] 
Lasker, Mary: special gold medal (see H.R. 4153), 

23245 [12SE] 
Lebanon: moment of silence during ceremonies for 
Statue of Liberty for return of U.S. captives (see 
H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Library of Congress: change name and adjust pay 
of police force (see H.R. 1902), 16746 [16JY] 
Libya: no foreign tax credit shall be allowed (see 
H.R. 4680), 12129 [3JN] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in 

production, marketing, and distribution of oil (see 
H.R. 4700), 10523 [13MY] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

531), 4578 [12MR] 
Maritime transportation: negotiation of agreements 
for carriage of waterborne trade (see H.R. 3662), 
11625 [21 MY] 
Medicare: sense of House regarding payment proc- 
essing (see H. Res. 468), 13770 [16JN] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
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Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 

provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 

[7MY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 14297 [18JN] 
Military Whistleblowers Protection Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3898), 10523 [13MY] 
Monopolies: prohibit rail carriers from denying 

access to shippers of certain commodities (see 

H.R. 1 140), 2678 [25FE] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 

cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 

H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 18420 [31JY] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [170C] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 26076 [24SE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 18420 [31JY] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 596), 10282 [12MY] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 12625 [5JN] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 4704 [13MR] 
National Association of State Directors of Veterans 

Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024), 3649 

[5MR] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481), 1503 [4FE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 2678 

[25FE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 4268 [11MR] 
National Childhood Vaccine-Injury Compensation 

Program: establish (see H.R. 1780), 7127 [10AP] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 21735 [14AU] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 17692 [24JY] 
National Clearinghouse on Elder Abuse: establish 

(see H.R. 5425), 23016 [USE] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 20744 [11 AU] 
National Congregate and Meals on Wheels Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 556), 4578 [12MR] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 9146 [30AP] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 720), 26370 [25SE] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 23670 [17SE] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 17507 [23JY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 10990 

[15MY] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 19745 [7AU] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 601 [28JA] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10215 [8MY] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 2678 [25FE] 
National Guard: accord technicians competitive 
status for purposes of transferring to competitive 
service (see H.R. 5218), 17507 [23JY] 



National Hemophilia Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 254), 236 [22JA] 

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: 
centralize motor carrier responsibilities (see H.R. 
4612), 7890 [17AP] 

National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 

National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 718), 25457 [23SE] 

National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
443), 1779 [5FE] 

National Infection Control Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 

National Kidney Program Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 618), 10990 [15MY] 

National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
429), 9146 [30AP] 

National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 

National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 2594 [24FE] 

National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 

National Poetry Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 311), 
2132 [18FE] 

National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 
29835 [80C] 

National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 451), 3108 [27FE] 

National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 502), 2017 [6FE] 

National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 15605 [25JN] 

National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 13269 [11JN] 

National School Lunch Act: improve availability of 
benefits (see H.R. 4990), 13267 [11JN] 

National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 410), 16504 [15JY] 

National Space Grant College Program: establish 
(see H.R. 4397), 13269 [11JN] 

National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 655), 18671 [1AU] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 

National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 

National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
642), 1 1948 [22MY] 

National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 
278), 3108 [27FE] 

National Vaccine Program: establish (see H.R. 
5546), 24686 [18SE] 

National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 12625 [5JN] 

National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 5308 [18MR] 

National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 

Nicaragua: U.S. policy (see H.R. 4483), 6931 [9AP] 

NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
23016 [USE] 

NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 
23016 [USE] 

9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 708), 24687 [18SE] 

Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 15604 [25JN] 

Office of Ethnic and Minority Affairs: establish (see 
H.R. 1607), 2678 [25FE] 

Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
542), 3107 [27FE] 

OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 5600), 
26370 [25SE] 

Owens, Jesse: commend people of Berlin for com- 
memoration of Olympic games victories (see H. 
Con. Res. 325), 8887 [29AP] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 9212 [1MY] 
Postal Service: appointment, pay, and status of 
Postmaster General and Deputy (see H.R. 4866), 
11624 [21MY] 



Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act: repeal and 
amend certain sections (see H.R. 4669), 8476 
[23AP] 
President's Council on Health Promotion and Dis- 
ease Prevention: establish (see H.R. 4723), 16967 
[17JY] 
Public buildings: restrict smoking to designated 
areas (see H.R. 4488), 7556 [15AP] 

Public Health Service Act: extend health planning 
authority (see H.R. 5413), 21246 [13AU] 

provide programs of newborn genetic 

screening (see H.R. 5147), 15771 [26JN] 

Radioactive waste disposal: suspend site character- 
ization process for repository (see H.R. 5423), 
21246 [13AU] 

Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4338), 5829 [20MR] 

Religion: impose criminal penalties for damage to 
property and persons in free exercise of rights 
(see H.R. 4980), 13266 [11JN] 

Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H.J. 
Res. 385), 10990 [15MY] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
6931 [9AP] 

Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
6931 [9AP] 

Science: prevent duplication of experiments on live 
animals (see H.R. 1145), 4268 [11MR] 

Sec. of the Interior: clarify certain authorities (see 
H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 

Securities Exchange Act: auditors report of fraudu- 
lent activities (see H.R. 5439), 22144 [15AU] 

audits performed to include reasonable pro- 
cedures for financial fraud detection (see H.R. 
4886), 12625 [5JN] 

Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 
9553 [6MY] 

Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
10), 28179 [20C] 

Small Business Act: set aside procurement contracts 
(see H.R. 4097), 2979 [26FE] 

Social Security: accelerate removal of trust fund 
from unified budget (see H.R. 1376), 1357 [3FE] 

eliminate 3% trigger for cost of living ad- 
justments (see H.R. 4633), 16746 [16JY] 

establish protocols for organ procurement 

and standards for agencies (see H.R. 5587), 32156 
[1SOC] 

payments for home oxygen services (see 

H.R. 5206), 17054 [21JY] 

permit States to provide coverage for poor 

elderly or disabled (see H.R. 4882), 11624 
[21 MY] 

prohibit hearings relative to benefits involv- 
ing representative from certain Federal or State 
agencies (see H.R. 3854), 5829 [20MR] 

Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 

South Africa: President Reagan meeting with lead- 
ers of bordering countries (see H. Res. 566), 
28332 [30C] 

prohibit contract awards to persons with in- 
vestments in (see H.R. 1986), 13268 [11JN] 

require divestiture from oil industry and 

other procedures (see H.R. 5183), 16746 [16JY] 

urge to indicate willingness to engage in 

meaningful political negotiations (see H. Res. 
373), 1779 [5FE] 

Soviet Union: joint effort to achieve worldwide 
disease immunization (see H. Res. 430), 17693 
[24JY] 

President should pardon rabbis who peace- 
fully demonstrated at Embassy in Washington, 
DC (see H. Res. 346), 48 [21JA] 

Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
646), 16747 [16JY] 

States: establish and operate protection and advoca- 
cy systems for mentally ill (see H.R. 4055), 601 
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provide health education and training along 

border between U.S. and Mexico (see H R 4179) 
15772 [26JN] 
Statue of Liberty: moment of silence during cere- 
monies for return of U.S. captives in Lebanon 
(see H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 
Sub-Saharan Africa Natural Resource and Environ- 
mental Management Training and Education Act: 
enact (see H.R 4908), 14297 [18JN] 
Taxation: additional exemption for physically dis- 
abled (see H.R. 2895), 19117 [5AU] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business' cost of goods and services (see H. Res 
404), 6933 [9AP] 

effective date of any change in employees' 

annuities (see H. Res. 451), 12130 [3JN] 

effective date of municipal bonds reform 

provisions (see H. Con. Res. 279), 3650 [5MR] 

exclusion from gross income of citizens in 

Libya shall not apply (see H.R. 4680), 12129 
[3JN] 

interest on State and local bonds shall not be 

included in alternative minimum income (see H. 
Con. Res. 307), 6933 [9AP] 
Texas: authorize Corps of Engineers to issue per- 
mits for construction of water resources project 
(see H.R. 4693), 11949 [22MY] 
Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H. 

Con. Res. 244), 14079 [17JN] 
Transportation: counter restrictive practices in 
marine transportation of automobiles (see H R 
3655), 9775 [7MY] 
U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 17506 [23JY] 
U.S. Health Service: establish (see H.R. 2049) 

15604 [25JN] 
U.S. Olympic Committee: congratulate new presi- 
dent and secretary general (see H. Con. Res 
292), 5077 [17MR] 
U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15ALTJ 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J 

Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 
VA: contract for health care in areas inaccessible to 
medical facilities (see H.R. 4660), 12129 [3JN] 
Veterans: exempt funds available to provide bene- 
fits with service connected disabilities (see H R 
4391), 6638 [8AP] 
Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 628), 13074 [10JN] 
Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II (see H. Res 409) 
8477 [23AP] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J Res 

499), 236 [22JA] 
World Food Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 595), 

7126 [10AP] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426) 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426) 

1074 [30JA] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res 560) 

7690 [16AP] 
Youth: make grants for suicide prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 4650), 10990 [15MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Remarks by, on 
Africa Famine Recovery and Development Fund 

Act: establish (H.R. 4865), 14485* [18JN] 
Angola: military assistance, 23636* [17SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact, 32997 [170C] 

enact (H.R. 4868), 14284* [18JN] 

enact (H.R. 4868), Senate amendments, 

23122, 23140* [12SE], 23271* [12SE] 

enact (H.R. 4868), veto, 27087 [29SE] 

Appropriations: making urgent supplemental (H R 

4515), 10145 [8MY] 
Arts: Dominique de Menil, tribute, 16970* [17JY] 
Black History Month: observance, 2266* [19FE] 
Broadcasting: ownership opportunities for minori- 
ties and women, 28697* [30C] 

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Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5759* 
[20MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award Presidential Medal 
of Freedom posthumously to crew members (H 
Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 

Presidential Medal of Freedom to crew 

2054* [6FE] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

Community food and nutrition programs: authoriz- 
ing appropriations (H.R. 4421), 8872* [29AP] 
Community Health Centers Program: funding 

3601* [5MR] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10906 [15MY] 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks 

30[21JA], 3631 [5MR] 
Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere: an- 
niversary, 9957* [7MY] 
Cuyahoga Community College: Louis Stokes Tele- 
communications Center dedication, 33668* 
[170C] 
Democratic Party: commitment to justice in the 

U.S. and Abroad, 19612* [6AU] 
Dependent care programs: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4421), 8872* [29AP] 
Domestic Volunteer Service Act: amend (H R 

4116), 13062* [10JN] 
Economic conditions: impact of declining oil prices 

3631, 3638 [5MR] 
Education: Ana G. Mendez Foundation, San Juan 
PR, 14859* [20JN] 

establish drug abuse prevention programs 

32726* [170C] 
Employment: tribute to Pizza Hut's youth plan 

5345* [18MR] 
FCC: equal opportunity in broadcasting, 28697* 

[30C] 
Follow Through Program: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4421), 8872* [29AP] 
Hands Across America Day: designate (H.J. Res. 
462), 1973* [6FE] 

designate (S.J. Res. 246), 10966* [15MY] 

Head Start Program: authorizing appropriations 

(H.R. 4421), 8872* [29AP] 
Health Care Quality Improvement Act: enact (H R 

5540), 30769 [HOC] 
Homeless Persons Survival Act: enact (H R 5140) 

16302* [26JN] 
Houston, TX: Arnold Lipp, tribute, 3584* [4MR] 

city contract prohibitions relative to South 

Africa, 17532* [23JY] 

Dominique de Menil, tribute, 16970* [17JY] 

tribute to Pizza Hut's youth employment 

plan, 5345* [18MR] 
Hunger: observance of World Food Day, 32695* 

[160C] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 

(H.R. 3810), 30010* [90C] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H R 4759) 

23636* [17SE] 
Jacksonville, FL: poverty on the national agenda 
by Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 
20203* [8AU] 
Jarvis, Gregory B.: award Presidential Medal of 
Freedom posthumously to space shuttle Challeng- 
er crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

Joint Center for Political Studies: tribute, 25086* 

[19SE] 
Labor unions: Robert M. (Bob) McGlotten, tribute 

13655* [12JN] 
Louisiana: international conditions relative to petro- 
leum industry, 526* [23JA] 
McAuliffe, Sharon C. (Christa): award Presidential 
Medal of Freedom posthumously to space shuttle 
Challenger crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 
[30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

McNair, Ronald E.: award Presidential Medal of 
Freedom posthumously to space shuttle Challeng- 
er crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 
space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 



Medicaid Infant Mortality Act: amend (H.R 4630) 

8031* [17AP] 
Military assistance: Angola, 23636* [17SE] 
Nakasone, Prime Minister of Japan: intellectual in- 
feriority remark relative to blacks and Hispanics 
26194 [25SE] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 

and traffic, 32726* [170C] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (S.J. Res. 396), 30191* [10OC] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(H.J. Res. 632), 12023* [22MY] 
National Park System: commemorative structure 
dedicated to understanding, knowledge, opportu- 
nity, and equality for all people (H.J. Res. 666), 
15664 [26JN] 
New York Mets (baseball team): tribute, 31988 

[150C] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (H.J Res 

540), 5759* [20MR] 
Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Act: 

enact (H.R. 2436), 15704, 15708* [26JN] 
Oklahoma: international conditions relative to pe- 
troleum industry, 526* [23JA] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H R 

5300), 25910* [24SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), Senate amendments, 
32726* [170C] 
Onizuka, Ellison S.: award Presidential Medal of 
Freedom posthumously to space shuttle Challeng- 
er crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

Payne Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Houston, TX: anniversary, 30430* 
[10OC] 
Personal explanation, 1812* [5FE], 13660* [12JN] 

16527* [15JY], 17992 [29JY], 30201* [10OC] 
Petroleum industry: declining prices of domestic 
crude oil, 526* [23JA], 1797* [5FE], 3631, 3638 
[5MR] 
Philippines: economic and military assistance (H R 

5081), 19717 [7AU] 
Point of order, 3604 [5MR] 

Poverty: national agenda item by Southern Chris- 
tian Leadership Conference, 20203* [8AU] 
Presidential Medal of Freedom: award to Challeng- 
er (space shuttle) crew, 2054* [6FE] 
Public Health Service Act: revise and extend assist- 
ance programs for primary health care (H R 
2418), 3601* [5MR] 
Resnik, Judith A.: award Presidential Medal of 
Freedom posthumously to space shuttle Challeng- 
er crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

San Juan, PR: Ana G. Mendez Foundation, 14859* 

[20JN] 
Scobee, Francis R. (Dick): award Presidential 
Medal of Freedom posthumously to space shuttle 
Challenger crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 
[30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

Smith, Michael J.: award Presidential Medal of 
Freedom posthumously to space shuttle Challeng- 
er crew member (H. Res. 369), 1036 [30JA] 

space program disaster, 2054*, 2063* [6FE] 

Social Security: permit States to provide prenatal, 
delivery, and postpartum care to low-income 
women (H.R. 4630), 8031* [17AP] 
Solomon Blatt, Sr„ Post Office Building, Barnwell, 

SC: designate (S. 2452), 31510* [1SOC] 
South Africa: apartheid system, 15610* [25JN] 
17532* [23JY], 19612* [6AU] 

disinvestment, 15610* [25JN], 17532* [23JY] 

economic sanctions, 14284* [18JN], 23122, 

23140*, 23271* [12SE], 27087 [29SE] 
Southern Christian Leadership Conference: poverty 

on the national agenda, 20203* [8AU] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26220* [25SE] 
Telephone Ratepayer Protection and Technology 
Promotion Act: enact (H.R. 3687), 22129 [15AU] 






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Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program: 

supplemental appropriations, 10145 [8MY] 
Texas: impact of declining oil prices, 3631, 3638 
[5MR] 

international conditions relative to petroleum 

industry, 526* [23JA] 
VISTA: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 4116), 

13062* [10JN] 
Votes: position on missed, 1812* [5FE], 13660* 
[12JN], 16527* [15JY], 17992 [29JY], 30201* 
[10OC] 
World Food Day: designate (S.J. Res. 296), 8335* 
[22AP] 

observance, 32695* [160C] 

Remarks in House relative w 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
497 [23JA], 1777 [5FE], 2014 [6FE], 3479 [4MR], 
3647 [5MR], 5306 [18MR], 7889 [17AP], 8885 
[29AP], 9761 [7MY], 11945 [22MY], 13072 
[10JN], 13524 [12JN], 14284, 14295 [18JN], 14740 
[19JN], 15285 [24JN], 15664, 15704, 15765 
[26JN], 16502 [15JY], 16745 [16JY], 17505 [23JY], 
19115 [5AU], 19950 [8AU], 23122, 23140, 23243 
[12SE], 23668 [17SE], 24800 [19SE], 26194, 26220 
[25SE], 27087 [29SE], 29385 [70C], 30115 [90C], 
30216 [10OC], 32154 [150C], 32328 [160C], 
32997, 33156 [HOC] 
Leave of absence: granted, 2013 [6FE] 
Special order: granted, 43 [21JA], 2129 [18FE], 

3105 [27FE], 30216 [10OC] 
Tribute, 2458 [19FE] 
Reports 

Committee on Hunger (Select), 5563 [19MR], 8409 

[22AP] 
Delegation to Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, and 

Yugoslavia, 1499 [4FE] 
Delegation to Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary 

Union, 15767 [26JN] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 1499 [4FE], 5563 
[19MR], 8409 [22AP], 15767 [26JN] 
Statements 

Atomic Weapons: Martin Luther King, Jr. (ex- 
cerpts), 12 [21 J A] 
Testimonies 
Nomination of Sidney A. Fitzwater: by (excerpt), 
5135 [18MR] 
Tributes 
Boggs, Representative, 14859* [20JNJ 
de Menil, Dominique, 16970* [17JY] 
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 12-16, 19 [21JA] 
Lipp, Arnold, 3584* [4MR] 
Lowery, Joseph E„ 20203* [8AU] 
McGlotten, Robert M. (Bob), 13655* [12JN] 
Stokes, Representative, 14859* [20JN] 
LELKO, RICHARD 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 10562 [13MY] 
LeMAISTRE, CHARLES A. 
Letters 

High Risk Occupational Disease Notification and 
Prevention Act, 29357 [70C] 
LeMASTER, PIERRE C 
Letters 

Illiteracy, 21377 [13AU] 
LEMBERG, frida 
Statements 

Appeal of Release From Soviet Union, 25706 
[23SE] 
LEMBERG, GRIGORY 
Statements 

Appeal of Release From Soviet Union, 25706 
[23SE] 
LEMBERG, LEILA 
Statements 

Appeal of Release From Soviet Union, 25706 
[23SE] 
LeMELLE, wilbert J. 
Addresses 

Inaugural, Mercy College, 28665 [30C] 
Remarks in House 

Mercy College: inaugurated, 28665 [30C] 
LEMKIN, RAPHAEL 
Remarks in Senate 

Genocide Convention: efforts for ratification, 2501 
[20FE] 



LEMMERMAN, MERV 

Remarks in House 

Tribute, 17698 [24JY] 
LEMMON, JACK 
Remarks in House 

Congressional Arts Caucus: tribute, 7821 [16AP] 
LeMOND, GREG 
Remarks in House 

Sports: first U.S. winner of the Tour de France 

Cycle Marathon, 18149 [30JY] 
Tribute, 18236 [30JY] 
Remarks in Senate 
Tribute: winner of the Tour de France, 17950 
[29JY] 
LEMONICK, MICHAEL 
Articles and editorials 

Giant Cosmic Object Discovered, 10230 [8MY] 
LEMONT, IL 
Petitions 
Tax-exempt financing for local governments: Board 
of Education of Lemont Community Consolidat- 
ed School District 113, 10607 [14MY] 
LeMOYNE, JAMES 
Articles and editorials 

Contras (excerpts), 5521 [19MR] 

Nicaragua Rebels, in Retreat, Viewed as a Reduced 

Threat, 4249 [11 MR] 
Salvador Prelate Accuses Air Force, 2787 [25FE] 
U.S. Envoy Outlining Policy for Panama, 25811 

[24SE] 
U.S. Prisoner in Nicaragua Says CI. A. Ran Contra 
Supply Flights, 30445 [10OC] 
LENAHAN, WALTER C. 
Articles and editorials 

GAO Cites Possible Lenahan Conflicts, Agency 
Says It Will Refer Case to Justice Department 
for Potential Criminal Prosecution (sundry ex- 
cerpts), 18663 [1AU] 
Lenahan's Key Hong Kong Speech (excerpt), 1 8659 
[1AU] 
LEND LEASE ACT 
Reports 

Provisions: House Committee on Foreign Affairs 
(excerpt), 4406 [12MR] 
LENIN, VLADIMIR I. 
Articles and editorials 

Lenin's Address to the Ninth World All-Russian 
Congress of Soviets (excerpt), 20231 [9AU] 
Books 

"Life of Lenin," Louis Fischer (excerpt), 18681 

[1AU], 20231 [9AU] 
"Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin," 
George F. Kennan (excerpt), 18681 [1AU], 20231 
[9AU] 
Quotations 

Soviet trade with Caterpillar Co., 18681 [1AU] 
LENNON, MAX 
Articles and editorials 

Meet the Max Lennon, 3395 [3MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 3395 [3MR] 
LENNON, MICHAEL K 
Addresses 

Leadership, 12005 [22MY] 
LENNOX, DONALD D. 
Addresses 

Navistar International Corp., Springfield, OH, 3771 
[5MR] 
LENOIR (NC) NEWS-TOPIC 
Articles and editorials 

Lid for Lobbies, 1625 [4FE] 
LENT, BOB 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 17524 [23JY] 
LENT, NORMAN F. (a Representative from New 

York) 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 2005, Social Security Minor and 
Technical Changes Act, 1943 [6FE] 

H.R. 4421, authorizing community food and 

nutrition programs, 17645 [24JY] 



H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 

Act, 26359 [25SE] 

S. 410, Conservation Service Reform Act, 

17028 [21JY] 

S. 426, Electric Consumers Protection Act, 

17028 [21JY] 
S. 974, Protection and Advocacy for Mental- 
ly 111 Persons Act, 1971 [6FE] 
Funeral Committee of Joseph P. Addabbo, 7363 
[HAP] 
Articles and editorials 

It's Time for a Superfund Compromise, Newsday 

(magazine), 10245* [9MY] 
Japanese Firms Are Sure to Talk Your Language, 
Robert R. McMillan, Melville (NY) Newsday, 
27445* [30SE] 
Strangling Superfund With Affection, New York 

(NY) Times, 3222* [27FE] 
Superfund Paralyzed, Washington (DC) Post, 1766 
[5FE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Asbestos: information from manufacturers and in- 
spection and sample requirements for owners of 
buildings (see H.R. 5369), 19951 [8AU] 
Congressional Medal of Honor: commemorate re- 
cipients on anniversary (see H.J. Res. 501), 537 
[27JA] 
EPA: establish an asbestos information clearing- 
house (see H.R. 5078), 15286 [24JN] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: facilitate es- 
tablishment of risk retention and purchasing 
groups (see H.R. 4442), 5307 [18MR] 
Sec. of Transportation: develop and deregulate U.S. 
flag liner fleet (see H.R. 4584), 7554 [15AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by. as cosponsor 

Air traffic controllers: permit the reappointment 

(see H.R. 4003), 3649 [5MR] 
Alcohol: enhance boating safety by displaying on 
gasoline pumps type and percentage (see H.R. 
4730), 9553 [6MY] 
Animals: end use of steel-jaw leghold traps (see 

H.R. 1809), 48 [21JA] 
Annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 

5600), 32156 [150C] 
Atomic power plants: begin multilateral negotia- 
tions to strengthen safety standards (see H. Res. 
438), 10524 [13MY] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 12624 [5JN] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4057), 6057 [25MR] 
Ballistic knives: prohibit possession, manufacture, 
sale, importation, and mailing (see H.R. 4711), 
9144 [30AP] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

9146 [30AP] 
Boats and boating: Federal recreational safety pro 

grams (see H.R. 4731), 9553 [6MY] 
Budget: constitutional amendment relative to proce- 
dures (see H.J. Res. 643), 26428 [26SE] 
Capital punishment: imposition of sentence for espi- 
onage and treason (see H.R. 704), 12364 [4JN] 
Challenger (space shuttle): designate seven moons of 
Uranus in honor of crew members (see H.J. Res. 
508), 2294 [19FE] 
Chocolate: tariff (see H. Res. 567), 27117 [29SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
2978 [26FE] 
Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 

4567), 7126 [10AP] 
Coast Guard: appropriations (see H.R. 4208), 2495 

[20FE] 
Communications Act: restrict obscene and indecent 
communications by phone (see H.R. 4439), 5829 
[20MR] 
Congressional Advisory Commission on Intercolle- 
giate Athletics: establish (see H.R. 5213), 18228 
[30JY] 



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Copyright: conveyance of right to perform publicly 

syndicated television programs without right to 

perform accompanying music (see H.R. 3521), 

2678 [25FE] 

Crime and criminals: more effective penalties for 

cocaine violations (see H.R. 5103), 16504 [15JY] 

Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 

(see H. Con. Res. 388; H. Res. 540), 23016 

[USE], 23245 [12SE] 

Diplomats: provide security of personnel, facilities, 

and operations (see H.R. 4151), 4578 [12MR] 
Drugs: ban on reimportation, restrictions on sam- 
ples, and resales purchased by hospitals (see H.R 
4820), 19117 [5AU] 
mandatory penalties for importation or ex- 
portation of controlled substances (see H R 
1946), 1357 [3FE] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res 

582), 7367 [14AP] 
Ellis Island Medal of Honor: award (see H. Con 

Res. 381), 22367 [9SE] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 7690 [16AP] 
Employment: establish commission to study salary 
replacement for leave in cases of birth, adoption, 
or serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300) 
10704 [14MY] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 
standards for gas and electric appliances (see 
H.R. 5465), 22145 [15AU] 
EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073), 
15286 [24JN] 
Executive branch: prohibit employment in civil 
service positions to any person not registered 
under Military Selective Service Act (see H.R 
1499), 6638 [8AP] 
Export Administration Act: place restrictions on 
exporting crude oil from Cook Inlet, AK. (see 
H.R. 3817), 9465 [5MY] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561) 

4268 [11MR] 

Fishing industry: establish guidelines for damage 

awards for personal injury and require additional 

safety regulations (see H.R. 5013), 13268 [11JN] 

Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 18908 [4AU] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14742 [19JN] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

553), 3853 [6MR] 
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 

NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 4702 [13MR] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J Res 

531), 16504 [15JY] 
Marcos, Ferdinand E.: Sec. of Defense to recover 
expenses for transportation from the Philippines 
(see H.R. 4761), 12625 [5JN] 
Maritime transportation: negotiation of agreements 
for carriage of waterborne trade (see H.R. 3662) 
11625 [21MY] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 
Merchant seamen: provide benefits (see H.R. 4889) 

14078 [17JN] 
Money Laundering Prevention Act: enact (see H R 

4573), 8477 [23AP] 
Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 



National Adoption Week: designate (see H J Res 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Advisory Committee on Oceans and At- 
mosphere: terminate (see H.R. 4676), 8476 [23AP] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J 

Res. 596), 8412 [22AP] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133) 

24687 [18SE] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 7556 [15AP] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7892 [17AP] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H J Res 

620), 16327 [14JY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 
National Commission on Neurofibromatosis: estab- 
lish (see H.R. 615), 1074 [30JA] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 11449 [20MY] 

National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 21736 

[14AU] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 

National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17318 [22JY] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J Res. 632), 11449 [20MY] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

429), 14742 [19JN] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 8412 [22AP] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 22147 [15AU] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714) 

29835 [80C] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 451), 4121 [10MR] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 32329 [160C] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 131), 6931 [9AP] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 
National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

642), 11948 [22MY] 
National Vaccine Program: establish (see H.R. 

5546), 24686 [18SE] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see H J 

Res. 640), 11448 [20MY] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
13268 [UJN] 
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act: en- 
hance penalties to armed career criminals, serious 
drug offenses, and violence (see H.R. 4639), 9553 
[6MY] 
OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule for pensions (see 
H.R. 5600), 32156 [150C] 
Panama Canal Act: calculation of payment to 

Panama (see H.R. 4246), 2977 [26FE] 
Product Liability Risk Act: include coverage lines 
of insurance (see H.R. 5225), 17506 [23JY] 



LENT, NORMAN F. 

Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Radio: jamming of broadcasting (see H. Con. Res 

386), 22146 [15AU] 

Religion: greater balance among military chaplains 

in Armed Forces (see H.R. 1875), 5829 [20MR] 

Rudolph, Arthur: revoking NASA Distinguished 

Service Medal (see H. Res. 68), 10216 [8MY] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186) 

2292 [19FE] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186) 

2292 [19FE] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 
Sec. of Transportation: develop and deregulate U.S. 
flag liner fleet (see H.R. 4581, 4582, 4583, 4584) 
7554 [15AP] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

10), 28179 [20C] 
Social Security: safeguard integrity of trust funds 

(see H.R. 4067), 13268 [11JN] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 
Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: sense of House 

(see H. Res. 420), 8412 [22AP] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H 
Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 

limit number of nationals serving mission to 

U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 23670 [17SE] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H Con 
Res. 332), 14079 [17JN] 

President should insist on safeguarding 

human rights when meeting with General Secre- 
tary Mikhail Gorbachev (see H. Con. Res. 407) 
32330 [160C] 
Tariff: amend schedules to eliminate duty on small 
toys (see H.R. 4579), 15772 [26JN] 

chocolate (see H. Res. 556), 25457 [23SE] 

Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29835 [80C] 

allow homeowners to deduct prepaid interest 

on principal residence (see H.R. 4849), 12625 
[5JN] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business' cost of goods and services (see H. Res 
404), 8412 [22AP] 

reform legislation should not take effect 

before date of enactment (see H. Con. Res. 299) 
10524 [13MY] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 5566 [19MR] 
Textile industry and fabrics: import licensing system 

(see H.R. 5370), 19951 [8AU] 
Transportation: counter restrictive practices in 
marine transportation of automobiles (see H.R 
3655), 9775 [7MY] 
Tuition: Federal income tax credit (see H.R 96) 

7367 [14AP] 
Tuna: equalize duties on canned (see H.R. 3610) 

2496 [20FE] 
US-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 
Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II (see H. Res. 409) 
9554 [6MY] 
War crimes: search and appropriate judgment and 

prosecution (see H. Res. 408), 7690 [16AP] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to call (see HJ 
Res. 244), 6931 [9AP] 
White House Conference on Small Business: perma- 
nent authorization (see H.R. 5477), 23016 [USE] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 
1074 [30JA] 






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LENT, NORMAN F. 

Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 
6057 [25MR] 

Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 

Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Citations 

Congressional Medal of Honor to James Smith, 
12024* [22MY] 
Letters 

Jewish efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union: Ida 
Nudel, 7214* [10AP] 
Remarks by, on 

Addabbo, Joseph P.: tribute, 8396 [22AP] 

Air Force: T-46 trainer aircraft funding, 20693 
[11AU] 

Arms sales: prohibit sale of certain missiles (H.J. 
Res. 589), 9728 [7MY] 

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act: enact 
(H.R. 5073), 15625* [25JN], 27493-27494 [IOC] 

Asbestos Information Clearinghouse Act: enact 
(H.R. 5078), 15625* [25JN], 20203* [8AU] 

Atlantic Striped Bass Conservation Act: reauthorize 
(H.R. 3358), 8860 [29AP] 

Atlantic Tunas Convention Act: authorizing appro- 
priations (H.R. 3133), 8862 [29AP] 

Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5753* 
[20MR] 

Civil War: James Smith, tribute, 12024* [22MY] 

Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 
4208), 9511* [6MY] 

Commercial and Apartment Conservation Service: 
repeal (S. 410), conference report, 22098 [15AU] 

Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compen- 
sation, and Liability Act: amend (H.R. 2817), 
1766 [5FE] 

Congress: tribute to 99th, 32994 [170C] 

Congressional Medal of Honor: commemorate re- 
cipients on anniversary (H.J. Res. 501), 12024* 
[22MY] 

Council on Environmental Quality: authorizing ap- 
propriations (H.R. 4353), 8858 [29AP] 

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 20693 [1 1 AU] 

Fairchild Republic Co.'s Air Training Com- 
mand T-46 aircraft trainer, funding, 2646* 
[24FE] 

Dept. of Transportation and Federal Maritime 
Commission: authorizing appropriations for mari- 
time programs (H.R. 4175), 14068 [17JN] 

East Rockaway, NY: Albert Wieser, tribute, 2451* 
[19FE] 

Ecology: achievements of Congress in environmen- 
tal protection, 32799 [170C] 

Electric Consumers Protection Act: enact (S. 426), 
conference report, 28103 [20C] 

Environment: Superfund reauthorization, 3222* 
[27FE] 

EPA: establish an asbestos information clearing- 
house (H.R. 5078), 15625* [25JN], 20203* [8AU] 

regulations requiring inspection for asbestos 

containing material (H.R. 5073), 15625* [25JN], 
27493-27494 [IOC] 

Superfund program, 1766 [5FE], 3222* 

[27FE], 26198 [25SE] 

Fairchild Republic Co.: T-46 aircraft trainer, fund- 
ing, 2646* [24FE] 

Foreign trade: Japan, 27445* [30SE] 

U.S. policy, 1 1425 [20MY] 

Freeport, NY: tribute to E. Mitchell Mallette, 
6816* [8AP] 

Futures trading: leverage contracts, 16676, 16680, 
16686, 16696 [16JY] 

Futures Trading Act: enact (H.R. 4613), 16676, 
16680, 16686, 16696 [16JY] 

Hicksville, NY: Knogo Corp., anniversary, 10728* 
[14MY] 

Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 
11425 [20MY] 

Japan: foreign trade, 27445* [30SE] 

Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 2282* 
[19FE], 2490* [20FE], 7214* [10AP], 10726* 
[14MY], 10977* [15MY], 12605 [5JN] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, Queens 

College, 10726* [14MY] 

Knogo Corp.: anniversary, 10728* [14MY] 

Liability insurance: availability, 17504 [23JY] 

facilitate ability of businesses and associations 

to purchase on a group basis (S. 2129), 29971* 
[90C] 

Liability Risk Retention Act: enact (H.R. 5225), 
25402 [23SE] 

Long Island Association: anniversary, 19621* 
[6AU], 22494* [9SE] 

Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, FL: rename 
to Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National 
Wildlife Refuge (H.R. 1438), 8863 [29AP] 

Maine Central Railroad Co.: settlement of labor- 
management dispute (S.J. Res. 415), 25397, 25398 
[23SE] 

Maritime programs: authorizing appropriations 
(H.R. 4175), 14068 [17JN] 

Massapequa, NY: tribute to volunteer fire fighters, 
12535* [4JN] 

Memorial Day: observance, 12024* [22MY] 

Merrick Union Free School District: Arthur J. 
Kirsch, tribute, 21458* [13AU] 

National Secretaries Day: observance, 8582* 
[23AP] 

National Secretaries Week: observance, 8582* 
[23AP] 

Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 
540), 5753* [20MR] 

North Bellmore, NY: Bruce Greenfield, tribute, 
11976* [22MY) 

North Massapequa, NY: Lucy and Dominick Bar- 
anello anniversary, 15620* [25JN] 

Nudel, Ida: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
7214* [10AP], 10726* [14MY] 

Oceanside, NY: Maryanne Lehrer, tribute, 1010* 
[29JA], 1659* [4FE] 

tribute to Victor Leccese, 8238* [21AP] 

tribute to Vincent Leccese, 6823* [8AP] 

Office of Environmental Quality: authorizing ap- 
propriations (H.R. 4353), 8858 [29AP] 

Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 
5300), 25900, 25901, 25910, 25917 [24SE] 

enact (H.R. 5300), conference report, 32962 

[170C] 

Panama Canal Commission: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4409), 9195* [1MY] 

Portland Terminal Co.: settlement of labor-manage- 
ment dispute (S.J. Res. 415), 25397, 25398 [23SE] 

Product Liability Risk Retention Act: amend (H.R. 
5225), 17504 [23JY], 25402 [23SE] 

enact (H.R. 4442), 5328* [18MR] 

facilitate ability of businesses and associations 

to purchase liability insurance on a group basis 
(S. 2129), 29971* [90C] 

Protection and Advocacy for Mentally 111 Persons 
Act: enact (S. 974), conference report, 10479 
[13MY] 

Queens College: Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 
10726* [14MY] 

Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (S. 124), confer- 
ence report, 10469 [13MY] 

amend (S. 124), making enrollment correc- 
tions (H. Con. Res. 346), 12308 [4JN] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting sale of certain missiles 
(H.J. Res. 589), 9728 [7MY] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: award Congressional Gold 
Medal (H.R. 4186), 10977* [15MY] 

emigration from Soviet Union, 2282* [19FE], 

2490* [20FE], 10726* [14MY] 

Scharansky, Avital: award Congressional Gold 
Medal (H.R. 4186), 10977* [15MY] 

Schools: EPA regulations requiring inspection for 
asbestos containing material (H.R. 5073), 15625* 
[25JN], 27493-27494 [IOC] 

Social Security: protect benefit levels of individuals 
eligible after 1916 (H.R. 1917), 8856 [29AP] 

Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29714, 
29715, 29716-29720, 29735, 29737, 29780 [80C] 

Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: observance, 
9751* [7MY] 



Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 2282* 
[19FE], 2490* [20FE], 10726* [14MY], 10977* 
[15MY] 

free emigration of Jews, 7214* [10AP], 12605 

[5JN] 
Superfund: funding, 26198 [25SE] 

reauthorization, 3222* [27FE] 

repayable advance (H.J. Res. 713), 22037 

[15AU] 

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 

enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29714, 

29715, 29716-29720, 29735, 29737, 29780 [80C] 

Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26235* [25SE] 
Telecommunications Trade Act: enact (H.R. 3131), 

1 1425 [20MY] 
Trade Law Modernization Act: enact (H.R. 3777), 

11425 [20MY] 
Wantagh, NY: Barbara Cahn, tribute, 337* [22JA] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
702 [29JA], 1490 [4FE], 1766 [5FE], 2290 [19FE], 
2976 [26FE], 5306 [18MR], 5753 [20MR], 6633 
[8AP], 6926 [9AP], 8475 [23AP], 8856, 8858, 
8860, 8862, 8863 [29AP], 9728 [7MY], 10213 
[8MY], 10469, 10479 [13MY], 10702 [14MY], 
11623 [21MY], 11945 [22MY], 12362 [4JN], 14068 
[17JN], 15285 [24JN], 16686 [16JY], 19459 [6AU], 
19950 [8AU], 20693 [11AU], 21239 [13AU], 
22098 [15AU], 22365 [9SE], 23014 [USE], 25402 
[23SE], 25900 [24SE], 26198, 26235 [25SE], 27424 
[30SE], 27493 [IOC], 29716, 29780 [80C], 32962 
[HOC] 
Special order: granted, 17505 [23JY], 33156 [170C] 
Tribute, 33951 [6NO] 
Tributes 
Baranello, Dominick, 15620* [25JN] 
Baranello, Lucy, 15620* [25JN] 
Bingham, Jonathan B., 17007* [17JY] 
Brenker, Thomas, 12024* [22MY] 
Cahn, Barbara, 337* [22JA] 
Esposito, Anthony J., 12535* [4JN] 
Greenfield, Bruce, 11976* [22MY] 
Hillis, Representative, 27523* [IOC] 
Javits, Jacob K., 5280* [18MR] 
Kaiser, Bill, 23030* [USE] 
Kirsch, Arthur J., 21458* [13AU] 
Leccese, Victor, 8238* [21AP] 
Leccese, Vincent, 6823* [8AP] 
Lehrer, Maryanne, 1010* [29JA], 1659* [4FE] 
Mallette, E. Mitchell, 6816* [8AP] 
Minasy, Arthur, 10728* [14MY] 
O'Brien, George M., 18406* [31JY] 
Serra, E. Mario, 12535* [4JN] 
Serra, Jan, 12535* [4JN] 
Smith, James, 12024* [22MY] 
Wieser, Albert, 2451* [19FE] 
LEONARD, DANIEL F. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 5593 [19MR], 8996 [29AP] 
LEONARD, GARY 
Letters 

Federal Firearms Law Reform Act, 6844 [9AP] 
LEONARD, RAY (SUGAR RAY) 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 11112 [15MY] 
LEONARD, STEW 
Books 

"Passion for Excellence," Tom Peters (excerpt), 
14196 [17JN] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 14196 [17JN], 15628 [25JN] 
LEONG, HERLINDA 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 8585 [23AP] 
LEOPOLD, ALDO 
5(7/5 and resolutions 

Birthday: commemorate (see S.J. Res. 416; H.J. 
Res. 725) 
Books 

"Sand County Almanac" (excerpt), 25027 [19SE] 



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Remarks in Senate 

Birthday: commemorate (S.J. Res. 416), 25026 
[19SE] 
LERNER, ALEKSANDR 
Remarks in House 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 19893 [7AU] 
LERNER, MAX 
Articles and editorials 

New Threat of Fascism in U.S., 6198 [26MR] 
LERNER, NORMA 
Remarks in Senate 

Cooley's Anemia Foundation, Inc.: award recipient, 
20165 [8AU] 
LESHER, DAVE 
Articles and editorials 

Cranston, 30153 [90C] 
LESHER, RICHARD L. 
Letters 

Service Contract Act amendments, 8543 [23AP] 
Statements 

Employer Sanctions and Implementation Under Im- 
migration Reform Bills, 7600 [15AP] 
LESLEY COLLEGE 
Addresses 

Shaping the Change— Higher Education and the 
Nation's Future: Margaret A. McKenna, 979 
[29JA] 
LESTER, WILLIAM C. 
Letters 

Exporting of agricultural products, 16339 [14JY] 
LET FREEDOM RING DAY 
Bills and resolutions 

Designate (see S.J. Res. 369; H.J. Res. 664) 
Remarks in House 

Designate (H.J. Res. 664), 15660, 15661 [26JN] 
Remarks in Senate 

Designate (H.J. Res. 664), 15898 [26JN] 
Designate (S.J. Res. 369), 15441 [25JN] 
Texts of 

H.J. Res. 664, designate, 15662 [26JN] 
LETELIER, ORLANDO 
Remarks in Senate 

Chile: call for extradition of accused murderers, 

17540 [24JY] 
Moffitt, Ronnie K: anniversary of murder, 33478 
[HOC] 
Statements 

In Memory of Ronnie K. Moffitt: Michael Karpen, 
33478 [170C] 
LETS BE FRANK ABOUT THE FRANK RESO- 
LUTION 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H. Res. 377), 2027 [6FE] 
Texts of 

H. Res. 377, provisions, 2027 [6FE] 
LEUNG, JEAN Y. 
Articles and editorials 

Life With an Illiterate, 23577 [16SE] 
LEUSNER, DONNA 
Articles and editorials 

Nurse Punctured by AIDS-Infected Needle Sues 
Med School— Student Called Negligent in Dis- 
posing of Syringe, 33639 [170C] 
LEUSNER, JIM 
Articles and editorials 

Boosters Not Made For Liftoff in Cold, 9405 

[5MY] 
Challenger Got Coldest Liftoff Time, 9404 [5MY] 
Past, Present Space Workers Attack Safety, Quality 
Control, 9403 [5MY] 
LeVANDER, HAROLD 
Articles and editorials 

Candidate for Governor Who Worked a Miracle, 
15176 [24JN] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 15176 [24JN] 
LEVCHENKO, STANISLAV 
Articles and editorials 

U.N. Soviet Mission and KGB, 26623 [27SE] 
LEVENTHAL, PAUL L. 
Statements 

Prevention of Nuclear Terrorism, 19872 [7AU] 



LEVENTINI, MICHAEL 

Remarks in House 

Tribute, 12541 [4JN] 
LEVI STRAUSS & CO. 
Articles and editorials 

Levi's Closes Three Sewing Plants, Lays Off 1,200 
in Consolidation, 15939 [26JN] 
Remarks in House 

Economic conditions: plant shut down in Arkansas, 
17413 [23JY] 
LEVI-MONTALCINI, RITA 
Remarks in House 

Nobel Prize: recipient for medicine, 30717 [HOC] 
LEVIN, CARL (a Senator from Michigan) 
Addresses 

Affirmative Action for Blacks: Hyman Bookbinder, 

1678 [5FE] 
Affirmative Action— More Than Goals or Quotas: 

Hyman Bookbinder, 1153 [30JA] 
Alliance for Justice: by, 12803*-12805* [5JN] 
Economic Reality and the Role of Taxes: W. Mi- 
chael Blumenthal, 1509 [4FE] 
Law— Under Attack From the New Barbarians: 

William H. Rehnquist (excerpt), 23297 [15SE] 
Religious Pluralism in the Armed Forces: Jerry 

Falwell, 20282* [9AU] 
Terrorism— Who Is Responsible, What Can Be 
Done: Meir Rosenne, 8712* [24AP] 
Advertisements 

Tax reform and how it might affect you, 26506 
[26SE] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act: enact (S. 2250), 

23098 [12SE] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27704, 
27716-27727 [IOC], 28011 [20C], 28381, 28525 
[30C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12784, 12786 [5JN], 12853, 12950 [6JN] 
Budget: setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987- 

89 (S. Con. Res. 120), 8540 [23AP] 

Business: prohibit companies filed for bankruptcy 

from discontinuing medical and life insurance 

benefits (H.R. 5490), 28531 [30C] 

Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S. 

2701), 21586, 21587, 21620 [14AU], 21975 [15AU] 

Courts: selection of court to decide certain appeals 

of agency orders (H.R. 439), 33511 [170C] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 18966, 18982 [4AU], 19267, 19268, 19281 
[5AU], 19558, 19587 [6AU], 19867 [7AU], 20153 
[8AU], 20250, 20420 [9AU] 
Dept. of Defense Reorganization Act: enact (S. 

2295), 9837, 9913 [7MY] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (S. 2792), 29048 [60C] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(S. 1965), 12248 [3JN] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Transfer Act: 

enact (S. 1017), 7035 [9AP] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 15446 [25JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26807, 26842, 26846, 
26864 [27SE], 31439, 31440 [150C] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668), 
17927-17930 [29JY], 18573 [31JY], 18727, 18781, 
18782, 18784 [1AU] 
Senate: modify provisions of S. Res. 28 relative to 
television coverage (S. Res. 447), 17930 [29JY] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 14441 [18JN], 
14962 [23JN] 
Analyses 

William H. Rehnquist's Conduct in Laird v. Tatum 
(excerpts), 23298 [15SE] 
Appointments 

Board of Visitors of U.S. Military Academy, 4041 

[7MR] 
Conferee: H.R. 3622, reorganization of Joint Chiefs 
of Staff, 20530 [11AU] 

H.R. 4420, revise retirement system for new 

members of the Armed Forces, 13743 [13JN] 

H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 

Act, 26151 [25SE] 



LEVIN, CARL 

S. 2638, Dept. of Defense Authorization Act, 

25484 [23SE] 
Articles and editorials 

ABA Code of Conduct, Columbia Law Review 

(publication) (excerpt), 23299 [15SE] 
Air Safety, Detroit (MI) Free Press (excerpt), 

4801* [13MR] 
Attack of Unseemly Rhetoric, Haynes Johnson, 

Washington (DC) Post, 9219 [1MY] 
Here's a Chance To Use That Old Baseball Glove, 
Neal Shine, Detroit (MI) Free Press, 8263 [22AP] 
Military Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras, Agustin 
J. Anaya, Los Angeles (CA) Times (excerpt), 
21263 [13AU] 
Military Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras, Robert 
Timberg, Baltimore (MD) Sun (excerpt), 21263 
[13AU] 
Military Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras, Wash- 
ington (DC) Post (sundry excerpts), 21261 
[13AU] 
Reagan Imposes Quotas on European Goods, Stuart 
Auerbach, Washington (DC) Post, 11795* 
[21 MY] 
Sanctions vs. Apartheid, Desmond M. Tutu, New 

York (NY) Times, 14453* [18JN] 
South Africa, Allan Boesak, USA Today (publica- 
tion), 13698 [13JN] 
Testing and Development of "Exotic" Systems 
Under the Antiballistic Missile Treaty— The 
Great Reinterpretation Caper, Abram and Anto- 
nia H. Chayes, Harvard Law Review, 18968- 
18972 [4AU] 
Understanding South Africa, Haynes Johnson, 

Washington (DC) Post, 14453* [18JN] 
Where Is Lincoln's Spirit in Today's GOP? Senator 

Simon, Boston (MA) Globe, 3734* [5MR] 
William H. Rehnquist, David Shapiro, Harvard 
Law Review (publication) (excerpt), 23297 
[15SE] 
William H. Rehnquist, New York (NY) Times (ex- 
cerpt), 23304 [15SE] 
Young Professionals May Be Losers in Senate Plan 
To Revise Tax Code, Alan Murray, Wall Street 
Journal, 12088* [2JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act: enact (see S. 

2250), 6318 [26MR] 
Federal employees: Whistleblower Protection Act 

(see S. 2014), 303 [22JA] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 375), 16846 [17JY] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

388), 19575 [6AU] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 347), 10829 [15MY] 
Rule Making Information Act: enact (see S. 2023), 

562 [27JA] 
South Africa: State of Emergency situation (see S. 

Con. Res. 149), 13836 [16JN] 
Timor Island: Indonesian invasion and occupation 

(see S. Con. Res. 108), 1720 [5FE] 
Whistleblower Protection Act: enact (see S. 2014), 
303 [22JA] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Aeronautics: Federal air traffic control system (see 

S. Res. 276), 1240 [30JA] 
Afghanistan: welcome resistance alliance (see S.J. 

Res. 365), 14424 [18JN] 
Agriculture: commend compassionate assistance ex- 
tended to Southeast farmers (see S. Res. 451), 
17390 [23JY] 

Farm Credit System loan restructuring (see 

S. Con. Res. 138), 10610 [14MY] 

modify definition of nonprogram crop (see S. 

2039), 1397 [3FE] 
Airports: provide for efficient and equitable use of 
operating rights at congested (see S. 1966), 1922 
[6FE] 
America's Living Standard Act: enact (see S. 2810), 

22848 [USE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (see S. 2498), 11714 
[21 MY] 



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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



LEVIN, CARL 

Anti-Apartheid Action Act: enact (see S. 2570), 

14595 [19JN] 
Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act: enact, correction 
in enrollment of S. 2250 (see S. Con. Res. 168), 
31436 [150C] 
Aquino, Corazon: welcoming to the U.S. (see S. 

Res. 490), 23573 [16SE] 
Army and Navy Union of the U.S.A.: grant charter 

(seeS. 1456), 23915 [18SE] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: Presidential order (see S. Res. 320), 1410 
[3FE] 
Ballistic Knife Prohibition Act: enact (see S. 2411), 

11761 [21MY] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 258, 

271), 397 [23JA], 1886 [6FE] 
Bankruptcy: provision of medical and life insurance 
benefits for retirees by companies declaring (see 
S. 2690), 18126 [30JY] 

rejection of collective bargaining agreements 

by debtors (see S. 2806), 22583 [10SE] 
Beall, J. Glenn, Sr.: designate Cumberland terminus 
of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Histori- 
cal Park in honor of (see S. 1766), 1409 [3FE] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 284), 6134 [25MR] 
Bipartisan Commission on Congressional Campaign 
Financing Act: enact (see S. 528), 15441 [25JN] 
Bishop, Bernice P.: honor (see S. Res. 495), 29550 

[80C] 
Board of Contract Appeals Independence Enhance- 
ment Act: enact (see S. 2223), 5941 [21MR] 
Bonner, Yelena: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see S. 2496), 16442 [15JY] 
Budget: Presidential order relative to Balanced 
Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act (see 
S. Res. 320), 1410 [3FE] 
Camping: anniversary of organized (see S. Res. 

406), 13372 [1 UN] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster 

(see S. Res. 299), 613 [28JA] 
Chapin, Harry: award special gold medal to family 

(see S. 2202), 5158 [18MR] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see S. 2074), 2190 
[18FE] 
Comprehensive Narcotics Control Act: enact (see 

S. 2798), 22449 [9SE] 
Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act: 

enact (see S. 2756), 21601 [14AU] 
Construction industry: binding status of prehire 

agreements (see S. 2181), 8698 [24AP] 
Contract Disputes Act: amend to require that a 
competitive examination process be used for the 
selection of members of boards of Federal agen- 
cies (see S. 2426), 10065 [8MY] 
Cost of Living Adjustment Reform Act: enact (see 

S. 2450), 11332[20MY] 
Crime Victims Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 297), 

5158 [18MR] 
Defense procurement: liability of contractors for 
losses from certain atomic weapons testing (see S. 
2454), 23823 [17SE] 
Dept. of Defense: reorganize and strengthen (see S. 
2295), 7400 [HAP] 

require President to make annual report on 

national strategy to certain congressional commit- 
tees (see S. 2064), 15153 [24JN] 
Dept. of Defense Authorization Act: National 
Guard and Armed Forces Reserves enlistment 
bonuses (see S. 2298), 7400 [HAP] 
82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: grant 

charter (see S. 2115), 3170 [27FE] 
El Salvador: reaffirming our friendship and sympa- 
thy (see S.J. Res. 427), 31436 [150C] 
Employment Opportunities for Disabled Americans 

Act: enact (see S. 2209), 12078 [2JN] 
Energy Security Act: enact (see S. 2779), 21918 

[15AU] 
Equal Credit Opportunity Act: amend relative to 
discrimination in business credit (see S. 1486), 
19578 [6AU] 
Ethiopia: famine (see S. Con. Res. 116), 4475 
[12MR] 



Fair Housing Act: amend (see S. 2040), 1397 [3FE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 303), 

5665 [20MR] 
Fast Food Ingredient Information Act: enact (see S. 

2446), 10405 [13MY] 
Federal Aviation Act: encourage air carrier em- 
ployees to report potential safety violations (see 
S. 2191), 4786 [13MR] 
Federal Employee Anti-Sex-Discrimination in Com- 
pensation Act: enact (see S. 519), 17920 [29JY] 
Firearms: prohibit importation of plastic or nonme- 

tallic (see S. 2401), 11761 [21MY] 
Foreign trade: promote U.S. economic competitive- 
ness (see S. 2810), 22848 [USE] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 278, 414), 2609 [24FE], 23573 [16SE] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 352), 21615 [14AU] 
Government: coordination of Federal information 

policy (see S. 2887), 26838 [27SE] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

308), 6130 [25MR] 
Hands Across America Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 246), 2871 [26FE] 
Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund: interim 

funding (see S. 2212), 6358 [26MR] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 371), 16858 [17JY] 

Hope, Bob: tribute (see S. Res. 413), 11715 [21 MY] 

Housing: deferral of budget authority for elderly 

and handicapped programs (see S. Res. 344), 2190 

[18FE] 

Infant Mortality Prevention Act: enact (see S. 

2288), 7502 [15AP] 
Ireland Fund: recognizing achievements (see S. 

Con. Res. 125), 8310 [22AP] 
Jenco, Lawrence M.: commemorate return (see S. 

Res. 457), 18773 [1AU] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

275), 2384 [19FE] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 337), 9320 [1MY] 
King, Martin Luther, Jr.. authorize Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity to establish memorial in Wash- 
ington, DC (see S. 961), 16631 [16JY] 
Korea, Republic of: constitutional amendment to 
allow for the direct election of the president (see 
S. Res. 392), 10426 [13MY] 
Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 413), 23338 [15SE] 
Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 259), 1729 [5FE] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 

279), 3970 [6MR] 
Medicaid: strengthen services to low-income preg- 
nant women and children (see S. 2333), 13624 
[12JN] 
Medicare: coverage of physician assistant services 
(see S. 1640), 168 [21JA] 

reimbursement levels (see S. 1450), 13371 

[11JN] 
Medicare Quality Protection Act: enact (see S. 

2331), 22460 [9SE] 
National Academies of Practice: grant charter (see 

S. 89), 17578 [24JY] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 323), 8142 [21AP] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 329), 21615 [14AU] 
National Appliance Energy Conservation Act: 

enact (see S. 2781), 26539 [26SE] 
National Arts Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 304), 

10086 [8MY] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 241), 8142 [21AP] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 410), 25131 [22SE] 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 294), 5945 [21 MR] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 293), 4313 [11MR] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 
designate (see S.J. Res. 344), 10610 [14MY] 



National Civil Rights Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

391), 20551 [11AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 338), 9299 [1MY] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 328), 18982 [4AU] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 426), 29927 [90C] 
National Day for Federal Retirees: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 276), 2384 [19FE] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 324), 7489 [15AP] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 354), 11714 
[21 MY] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 265), 2550 [20FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 245), 8947 [29AP] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 348), 25851 [24SE] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 274), 6024 [24MR] 
National Fetal Alcohol Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 373), 22268 [8SE] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

244), 12078 [2JN] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

301, 333), 6661 [8AP], 10426 [13MY] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 357), 12773 [5JN] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 

317), 7007 [9AP] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 385), 18773 [1AU] 
National Job Skills Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

401), 23574 [16SE] 
National Kidney Program Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 367), 19258 [5AU] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 

363), 14178 [17JN] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 261), 790 [29JA] 
National Narcotics Act: enact (see S. 2716), 19240 

[5AU] 
National Neighborhood Services Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 341), 10289 [12MY] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 285), 3321 [28FE] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 406), 22589 [10SE] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 322), 19257 [5AU] 
National Productivity Improvement Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 417), 26181 [25SE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 286), 6134 [25MR] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see S.J. Res. 346), 10829 [15MY] 
National Science Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

251), 2388 [19FE] 
National SEEK and College Discovery Day: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 419), 29026 [60C] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 368), 19258 [5AU] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

377), 17571 [24JY] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see S. Con. Res. 

109), 2708 [25FE] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 418), 26956 [29SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see S.J. Res. 311), 14181 [17JN] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 403), 29169 [70C] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 350), 12495 [4JN] 
Natural disasters: clarify FEMA assistance for re- 
moval of debris, provision of temporary housing, 
and availability of information to victims (see S. 
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continue FEMA policy of providing assist- 
ance for 75% of all damages sustained by local 
communities for public works (see S. 2573), 
16442 [15JY] 
Naturalization: modification of English language re- 
quirement (see S. 1296), 22459 [9SE] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 335), 

9320 [1MY] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 405), 21919 [15AU] 
Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act: amend 

(see S. 2433), 10289 [12MY] 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- 
tion: funding rescission (see S. Con. Res. 106), 
1720 [5FE] 
Office of the Director of National and International 
Drag Operations and Policy: establish (see S. 
2716), 19240 [5AU] 
O'Reilly, Anthony J.F.: recognizing achievements 

(see S. Con. Res. 125), 8310 [22AP] 
Paraguay: transition to democracy (see S. Con. Res. 

155), 19258 [5AU] 
Performing Arts Labor Relations Amendments: 

enact (see S. 670), 5683 [20MR] 
Philippines: national elections (see S. Res. 345), 
2190 [18FE] 

transfer of political power (see S. Res. 351), 

2875 [26FE] 

welcoming Corazon Aquino to the U.S. (see 

S. Res. 490), 23573 [16SE] 
Poland: sense of Congress relative to human rights 

(see S. Con. Res. 72), 407 [23JA] 
shipment of dried milk to replace milk con- 
taminated as a result of Soviet atomic power 
plant accident (see S. Res. 394), 9669 [6MY] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status and implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see S.J. Res. 327), 7957 [17AP] 
Prompt Payment Act: require Federal Government 
to pay interest on overdue obligations (see S. 
2479), 11714 [21 MY] 
Radio broadcasting: jamming (see S. Con. Res. 

160), 21971 [15AU] 
Reagan, President: congratulations on 75th birthday 

(see S. Res. 336), 1886 [6FE] 
Retired Enlisted Association, Inc.: grant charter 

(see S. 524), 798 [29JA] 
Revenue sharing program: executive impoundment 
of appropriated funds (see S.J. Res. 282), 5684 
[20MR] 
Sakharov, Andrei: award Congressional Gold 

Medal (see S. 2496), 16442 [15JY] 
SALT II Treaty: compliance (see S. Res. 431), 

15992 [26JN] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (see S.J. Res 
316), 7007 [9AP] 
SBA: maintain as independent agency (see S. Res. 

399), 10066 [8MY] 
President should submit nominee for Admin- 
istrator to the Senate (see S. Res. 434), 15442 
[25JN] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: award congressional gold 

medal (S. 2308) (see S. 2308), 10086 [8MY] 
Scharansky, Avital: award congressional gold 

medal (S. 2308) (see S. 2308), 10086 [8MY] 
Social Security: protect beneficiaries under medi- 
care and medicaid (see S. 837), 15441 [25JN] 
Social Security Disability Insurance Program: man- 
agement (see S. Con. Res. 167), 33503 [170C] 
Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: support (see S. 

Res. 398), 10066 [8MY] 
Statue of Liberty: moment of silence for U.S. hos- 
tages in Lebanon during official ceremonies (see 
S. Con. Res. 153), 15950 [26JN] 
Superfund: extend authority to collect taxes (see S. 

2211), 6358 [26MR] 
Switzerland: recognize goodwill visit of descend- 
ants of original settlers of Purrysburg, SC, to 
Neufchatel (see S. Con. Res. 130), 22851 [USE] 
Tariff: increase the rate of duty on imported roses 

(see S. 2389), 9299 [1MY] 
Tariff schedules: classification of television appara- 
tus and parts thereof (see S. 1288), 328 [22JA] 



Taxation: deductibility of individual retirement ac- 
counts (see S. Res. 400), 11332 [20MY] 

employer-paid benefits (see S. Res. 303), 

6358 [26MR] 
proposals to tax certain employer-paid bene- 
fits (see S. Res. 339), 4069 [7MR] 
Terrorist Prosecution Act: enact (see S. 1429), 2387 

[19FE] 
Trade Expansion Act: enact (see S. 2033), 1221 

[30JA] 
U.S. Disabled Ski Team: support and encourage 

(see S. Res. 298), 2200 [18FE] 
U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 402), 21919 [15AU] 
Ukrainian Public Group To Promote the Observ- 
ance of the Helsinki Accords: anniversary (see S. 
Con. Res. 154), 22268 [8SE] 
United Steelworkers of America: anniversary (see 

S. Res. 428), 14178 [17JN] 
United Way of America: commemorate on centen- 
nial (see S.J. Res. 430), 32580 [160C] 
Universal Child Immunization Act: enact (see S 

1917), 4169 [10MR] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see S. Res. 343), 2190 
[18FE] 
VA: establish Readjustment Counseling Profession- 
al Fellowship Program (see S. 2359), 12241 [3JN] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: convene (see S.J. Res. 112), 16442 
[15JY] 
Women's History Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

253), 1729 [5FE] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see S.J. Res. 289) 

5429 [19MR] 
Youth: grants for narcotics and alcoholism preven- 
tion, treatment, and rehabilitation programs (see 
S. 2800), 26839 [27SE] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 266), 2200 [18FE] 
Books 

"Dictionary of the History of Ideas" (excerpt), 
23304 [15SE] 
Cloture motions 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S. 
2701), 20362 [9AU] 
Colloquies 
Factors of race, religion, nationality, and political 
opinion in consideration of extradition: Senators 
Lugar, Kerry, and Biden, 16804 [17JY] 
Court decisions 
U.S. v. Acme Process Equipment Co. (Anti-Kick- 
back Act price redetermination contract) (sundry 
excerpts), 31300 [150C] 
U.S. v. Davio (Government contractor kickbacks) 
(excerpt), 31300 [150C] 
Descriptions 

Amendments proposed to S. 2250, 23083* [12SE] 
Documents 

Bible (sundry excerpts), 10851* [15MY] 

Code of Judicial Conduct (excerpt), 23299 [15SE], 

23812 [17SE] 
Constitution (excerpt), 23295 [15SE] 
Military Assistance to Central American Contras 

(sundry excerpts), 21260, 21261 [13AU] 
OAS Charter (excerpt), 6445 [27MR] 
Factsheets 

U.S. Recognition of the Armenian Genocide: Ar- 
menian Assembly of America, 8249 [22AP] 
Introductions 

Survey of Press Journalism in Latin America: 
Charles A. Perlik, Jr., 6367* [26MR] 
Letters 

Antonin Scalia: by (excerpt), 23812 [17SE] 
Campaign Finance Reform Act (excerpt), 19138 

[5AU] 
Capital punishment: Julius L. Chambers, Legal De- 
fense Fund, 5933 [21MR] 
Dept. of Defense Office of Operational Test and 
Evaluation: David Packard, 20041 [8AU] 

Michael D. Rich, Rand Corp., 20045 [8AU] 

Fraud, waste, and abuse in Federal programs: 
sundry, 24869 [19SE] 



LEVIN, CARL 

Government contractor kickbacks: Dept. of Justice 

(sundry excerpts), 31300 [1SOC] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: Abe Stolar, 18797* 

[1AU] 
Military assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Daniel 
Oduber (excerpt), 21263 [13AU] 

President Reagan (excerpt), 21260 [13AU] 

Precedents of impeachment proceedings: by, 32629* 
[160C] 

Representative Rodino, 32629* [160C] 

Question of disqualification in AT&T judicial case: 

Antonin Scalia (excerpt), 23812 [17SE] 
South African apartheid: sundry Senators, 384 

[23JA] 
South African press restrictions: sundry Senators, 

384 [23JA] 
Strategic defense initiative: Caspar W. Weinberger, 

Sec. of Defense (excerpt), 18966 [4AU] 
Strategic Defense Initiative Institute: by (sundry), 
10322*, 10325* [12MY] 

James A. Abrahamson, Dept. of Defense, 

10323* [12MY] 
Supreme Court nominations: Antonin Scalia (ex- 
cerpt), 23812 [17SE] 
Tax Reform Act: by, 12140 [3JN] 

David H. Brockway, 13105 [I0JN] 

sundry, 23868 [18SE] 

Views on segregation: William H. Rehnquist, 23300 

[15SE] 
Visa application by Yasser Arafat: by, 13381 [11JN] 
William H. Rehnquist's views on segregation: by, 
23301 [15SE] 
Lists 

People detained in South Africa under the state of 
emergency, 16013* [26JN], 16433 [15JY] 
Memorandums 

Conduct in Laird v. Tatum: William H. Rehnquist, 

23299 [15SE] 
Memorandums for Supreme Court Justice Robert 
H. Jackson: William H. Rehnquist (sundry), 
23301 [15SE] 
OMB Agency Rulemaking Disclosure Policy: 

Wendy L. Gramm, OMB, 15999* [26JN] 
Tax Reform Act: by, 14898 [23JN] 
Views on Segregation: William H. Rehnquist, 23297 
[15SE] 
Papers 

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty at a Glance: National 
Campaign To Save the ABM Treaty (sundry), 
13147*-13152* [10JN] 
Polls of opinion 

Budget deficit and taxes: Opinion Research Corp., 
Princeton, NJ, 1510 [4FE] 
Press releases 

Military assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Reuters 
(excerpt), 21262 [13AU] 
Questions and answers 
ABA Code of Judicial Conduct: by, and William H. 
Rehnquist, 23299 [15SE] 

Senator Leahy and William H. Rehnquist, 

23299 [15SE] 
Remarks by, on 
Afghanistan: prohibit sale, donation, or other trans- 
fer of Stinger antiaircraft missiles to democratic 
resistance forces, 9848 [7MY] 
Agriculture: provide payments to certain cattle pro- 
ducers, interest rate relief on loans, and drought 
assistance to farmers and ranchers, 27580 [IOC] 
Alpena, MI, Babe Ruth Junior Division all-star 

team (baseball): tribute, 20938* [12AU] 
Angola: prohibit sale, donation, or other transfer of 
Stinger antiaircraft missiles to democratic resist- 
ance forces, 9848 [7MY] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), veto mes- 
sage, 27663, 27666 [IOC] 

enact (S. 2498), 11756* [21 MY] 

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: reinterpretation, 

13147* [10JN] 
Antiballistic Missile Treaty: compliance, 20250 

[9AU] 
Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act: enact (S. 2250), 
6352* [26MR], 23082*-23084* [12SE] 



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LEVIN, CARL 

enact (S. 2250), House amendments, 31298- 

31303 [150C] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27580 
[IOC], 27935, 27936, 27939 [20C], 33536* 
[170C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 738), conference 

report, 33204 [HOC] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12753 [5JN], 12874*, 12917 [6JN] 
Armed Forces: permit members to wear certain 
items of apparel not part of the official uniform, 
19803-19806 [7AU], 20282* [9AU] 

use to address penetration of U.S. by aircraft 

and vessels carrying narcotics, 26741 [27SE] 
Armenian Martyrs' Day. commemoration, 8248 

[22AP] 
Arms control: intercontinental ballistic missiles, 

20143 [8AU] 
Atomic weapons: testing, 20113 [8AU] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: compliance with certain requirements (S.J. 
Res. 412), 24949 [19SE] 

modify procedures, 17545 [24JY] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 

17545 [24JY], 17825 [28JY], 18081 [30JY] 
Barry Goldwater Dept. of Defense Reorganization 

Act: enact, 9838 [7MY] 
Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in 
Education Program: establish, 20256, 20257 
[9AU] 
Blacks: speech of Hyman Bookbinder on affirma- 
tive action, 1678 [5FE] 
Budget: constitutional amendment on a balanced 
(S.J. Res. 225), 4431, 4441, 4459-4461 [12MR], 
4721, 4724-4729 [13MR], 6104 [25MR] 

deficit, 1854 [6FE], 23288 [15SE] 

deficit reduction through tax reform, 1509 

[4FE], 7174 [10AP] 

increased savings, 24842 [19SE] 

modify procedures, 17545 [24JY] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority, 

17545 [24JY], 17825 [28JY], 18081 [30JY] 
reconciliation pursuant to section 2 of con- 
current resolution (S. 2706), 24842, 24864, 24869 
[19SE] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), 9246*, 9294 [1MY] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), conference report, 15919 
[26JN] 

total outlays should not be greater than total 

receipts, 4721 [13MR] 
Campaign Finance Reform Act: enact (S. 1806), 

19138 [5AU], 20777, 20819 [12AU] 
Capital punishment: establish constitutional proce- 
dures for imposition (S. 239), 5933 [21MR], 7141 
[10AP] 
Central America: censorship of journalism, 6367* 

[26MR] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (S.J. Res. 283), 6444 [27MR] 

U.S. policy, 21258-21264 [13AU] 

Central interstate low-level radioactive waste com- 
pact: grant consent (S. 655), 20777, 20819 [12AU] 
CFC: OPM operation, 12917 [6JN] 
Claiborne, Harry E.: impeachment, 29413 [80C], 

32629* [160C] 
Committee on Armed Services: provide additional 

funding, 4760 [13MR] 
Committee on Finance: provide additional funding, 

4760 [13MR] 
Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (S. 
2701), 21565, 21586-21588 [14AU], 21866 [15AU] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), 783 [29JA], 

1536-1537 [4FE] 
Conrail Public Sale Act: enact (S. 638), 783 [29JA] 
COPE-O'Brien Center, MI: anniversary, 3731* 

[5MR] 
Courts: judicial nomination process, 12803* [5JN] 
Crime and criminals: capital punishment, 31248 

[150C] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest, 26717 [27SE] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations, 12753 
[5JN] 



authorizing appropriations (S. 2638), 18966- 

18972, 18976 [4AU], 19507, 19509, 19558, 19560 
[6AU], 19795, 19799, 19803-19806, 19833* [7AU], 
20040, 20041, 20045, 20048, 20049, 20051, 20061, 
20068, 20113, 20117, 20137, 20140, 20142 [8AU], 
20215, 20246, 20250, 20256, 20257, 20274, 20280, 
20282*, 20422 [9AU] 
authorizing appropriations (S. 2638), confer- 
ence report, 31378-31380 [150C] 

procurement of a lead minesweeper hunter 

ship from a foreign country, 20274 [9AU] 

restructure Joint Chiefs of Staff (H.R. 3622), 

conference report, 23547 [16SE] 
Dept. of Defense Reorganization Act: enact (S. 
2295), 9828-9830, 9837, 9838, 9848, 9860, 9861 
[7MY] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5313), 27979* [20C] 
Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5234), 23510 [16SE] 
Detroit Red Wings (ice hockey team): retirement of 

Sid Abel, 12802* [5JN] 
District of Columbia: construction of new perma- 
nent prison, 23569 [16SE] 

funding for homeless shelter, 12227* [3JN] 

making appropriations (H.R. 5175), 23537, 

23569 [16SE] 
Dominican Republic: baseball mitt charity, 8263 

[22AP] 
Drug abuse: provide additional requirements for 
Dept. of Defense support of interdiction activi- 
ties, 26707 [27SE] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 26707, 26717, 26734, 26741, 26748, 26807, 
26808 [27SE], 30475-30478 [140C] 
Employment: affirmative action, 1153 [30JA] 
Executive departments: reprogramming of funding, 

19509 [6AU] 
Extradition: consider factors of race, religion, na- 
tionality, and political opinion, 16804 [17JY] 

provide for defense, 16804 [17JY] 

FDR Memorial Commission: funding, 23510 [16SE] 
Federal Aviation Act: encourage air carrier em- 
ployees to report potential safety violations (S. 
2191), 4801* [13MR] 
Federal employees: Whistleblower Protection Act 

(S. 2014), 318*-321* [22JA] 
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: amend to 
establish conditions for export of drugs (S. 1848), 
10399* [13MY] 
Food Security Act: make certain technical correc- 
tions to amendments (S. 2036), 2072 [7FE] 
Food Security Improvements Act: enact (S. 2143), 

3706 [5MR] 
Foreign trade: import quotas, 11795* [21MY] 

Reagan administration policy, 18691 [1AU] 

Future Teacher Training Corps Act: enact (S. 

2487), 12168* [3JN] 
Genocide Convention: Senate ratification, 2348 

[19FE] 
Government: fraud, waste, and abuse in Federal 
programs, 24864, 24869 [19SE] 

reduce budget authority for furniture and 

furnishings, 9246* [1MY] 
Great Lakes: shipping of military cargo, 20280 

[9AU] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: observance, 18797* 

[1AU] u A 

Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(S. 1965), 12168*, 12227* [3JN] 
Homeless Eligibility Clarification Act: enact, 26734 

[27SE] 
Immigration Reform and Control Act: enact (S. 

1200), conference report, 33237, 33238 [170C] 
Individual retirement accounts: tax deductions, 

12088* [2JN], 13357* [11JN] 
Ivezaj, Peter: release by Yugoslavia, 29479 [80C] 

Yugoslav imprisonment, 28891 [60C] 

Yugoslavian sentence, 31360 [150C] 

Japan: foreign trade, 9376 [5MY] 

Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 975* 

[29JA], 3293 [28FE] 
Joint Chiefs of Staff: clarify the relationship be- 
tween the Chairman and the chain of command, 

9837 [7MY] 



reorganization (H.R. 3622), conference 

report, 23547 [16SE] 
Lang, Eugene: recognize for contributions to the 
education and the lives of disadvantaged young 
people (S. Res. 435), 28563 [30C] 
Libya: U.S. military response to terrorist acts, 9218 

[1MY] 
Lincoln, Abraham: comparison of ideas with 

modern Republican Party, 3734* [5MR] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 15792 [26JN] 
Medical care: organ transplantation, 13686 [13JN] 
Members of Congress: franked mail, 12874* [6JN] 
Metropolitan Washington Airports Transfer Act: 

enact (S. 1017), 7174 [10AP] 
Metzenbaum, Shirley: wishes for a complete and 

speedy recovery, 25117 [22SE] 
Michigan: agricultural disaster relief payments, 

33204 [170C] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 
and traffic, 26707, 26717, 26734, 26741, 26748, 
26807, 26808 [27SE], 30475-30478 [140C] 
impose capital punishment for certain con- 
tinuing criminal enterprise drug offenses, 26748 
[27SE] 
increase budget authority for programs rela- 
tive to prevention, education, and rehabilitation, 
9246* [1MY] 

mandatory minimum sentence for juvenile 

drug traffickers, 26808 [27SE] 

unwritten legislation, 26091 [25SE] 

National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(S.J. Res. 375), 16857* [17JY] 
National Bowling Week: designate (S.J. Res. 388), 

19577* [6AU] 
National Endowment for Democracy: funding, 

33536* [170C] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(S.J. Res. 347), 10851* [15MY], 13154 [10JN] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

observance, 14307 [18JN] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras, 21258- 
21264 [13AU] 

military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 283), 

6444 [27MR] 
OMB: authority to determine budget cuts, 17545 

[24JY] 
disclosure of involvement in agency rule- 
making, 15998* [26JN] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (S. 

2706), 24842, 24864, 24869 [19SE] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 26707, 26717, 26734, 
26741, 26748, 26807, 26808 [27SE], 29532 [80C], 
31248, 31412, 31415 [1SOC], 33247 [170C] 

enact (H.R. 5484), House amendments, 

30475-30478 [HOC] 
Petroleum: increase tariff by $10 per barrel, 18503, 

18504 [31JY] 
Philippines: national elections (S. Res. 345), 2323 

[19FE] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status and implementation of rec- 
ommendations (S.J. Res. 327), 7904 [17AP] 
Product Liability Reform Act: enact (S. 2760), 
motion to proceed to consideration, 25117-25119 
[22SE], 26162 [25SE] 
Prompt Payment Act: require Federal Government 
to pay interest on overdue obligations (S. 2479), 
31271 [150C] 
Public contracts: Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act, 
23082*-23084* [12SE] 

Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act (S. 2250), 

House amendments, 31298-31303 [1SOC] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668), 
17545 [24JY], 18081 [30JY], 18479, 18503, 18504, 
18513 [31JY], 18691, 18700* [1AU] 

prohibit borrowing on U.S. credit unless % 

of both chambers approve a waiver, 4459-4461 
[12MR], 4724-^.729 [13MR] 
Railroads: sale of Conrail, 783 [29JA], 1536-1537 
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1545 



Rehnquist, William H: nomination, 23295-23305 

[15SE] 
Rule Making Information Act: enact (S. 2023), 572* 

[27JA] 
SALT II Treaty: compliance, 12378 [4JN] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibit sale of certain defense arti- 
cles and related defense services (S.J. Res. 316), 
9633 [6MY] 
Scalia, Antonin: nomination, 23811 [17SE] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: efforts to emigrate from 

Soviet Union, 975* [29JA] 
Senate: authorizing expenditures by committees (S. 
Res. 353), 4760 [13MR] 

legislative program, 12276 [3JN], 18504 

[31JY], 19558 [6AU], 20240 [9AU], 29478 [80C], 
31248 [150C] 

radio and television coverage of proceedings 

(S. Res. 28), 2519 [20FE], 3141, 3146, 3154 
[27FE] 

right of recognition during floor debate, 3146 

[27FE] 
Senate rules: voting from assigned seat, 3141 [27FE] 
South Africa: apartheid, 12964* [6JN], 13019* 
[9JN] 

detention under state of emergency, 16013* 

[26JN], 16433 [15JY] 

economic sanctions, 27663, 27666 [IOC] 

Mamelodi tragedy, 382 [23JA] 

relevancy of U.S. dependence upon member 

countries of the Council for Mutual Economic 
Assistance for coal imports to prohibitions, 21586 
[14AU] 

require Presidential certification relative to 

sale of certain items on the U.S. munitions list, 
21586 [14AU] 
U.S. Ambassador should make formal re- 
quest for meeting with Nelson Mandela, 21587 
[14AU] 

U.S. policy, 13697 [13JN], 13780 [16JN], 

14452* [18JN] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 975* 

[29JA], 3293 [28FE] 
Sports: baseball mitt charity to Dominican Repub- 
lic, 8263 [22AP] 
Strategic defense initiative: atomic weapons testing, 
20113 [8AU] 

funding, 18966-18972, 18976 [4AU], 20117 

[8AU], 20250 [9AU] 
Strategic Defense Initiative Institute: establish, 

10322* [12MY] 
Supplementary Extradition Treaty Between the 
U.S. and United Kingdom: ratification, 16600* 
[16JY], 16804 [17JY] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 12139 [3JN], 
13103-13106 [10JN], 13357* [11JN], 13586* 
[12JN], 13706 [13JN], 13797, 13798, 13800* 
[16JN], 14152* [17JN], 14333 [18JN], 14520- 
14524, 14535*. 14555 [19JN], 14896-14898 
[23 JN], 15000*, 15072, 15073 [24JN] 
enact (H.R. 3838), budget waiver for consid- 
eration (S. Res. 416), 12434-12435 [4JN] 

enact (H.R. 3838), conference report, 17825 

[28JY], 22251 [8SE], 22504 [10SE], 22777 [USE], 
23047 [12SE], 23289 [15SE], 23485 [16SE], 23868 
[18SE], 26152 [25SE], 26499, 26506 [26SE], 26614 
[27SE] 

-enact (H.R. 3838), motion to proceed to con- 



sideration, 12443, 12444 [4JN] 
Taxation: deficit reduction, 22369 [9SE] 
delete the exception for working interests in 

oil and gas property from the definition of pas- 
sive activity, 13586* [12JN] 
provide a third rate bracket for individual 

taxpayers at 35%, 14333 [18JN] 

questions relative to reform, 11646 [21 MY] 

reform, 12088* [2JN] 

reform legislation should remain unchanged 

for a period of 5 yea;\ 15000* [24JN] 
Terrorism: speech giv K n by Meir Rosenne, 8711* 

[24AP] 
Timor Island: Indonesian invasion and occupation 

(S. Con. Res. 108), 1739 [5FE] 
Ukraine: independence anniversary, 16008* [26JN] 



Weapons: conditions for transfer of Stinger missiles 

to democratic resistance forces, 19795 [7AU] 
Whistleblower Protection Act: enact (S. 2014), 

318*-321* [22JA] 
Windfall profit tax: crude oil, 18479 [31JY] 
Yugoslavia: release of Peter Ivezaj, 29478 [80C] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Special order: granted, 7798 [16AP], 8157 [21AP], 
11358 [20MY], 12091 [2JN], 12275 [3JN], 13746 
[13JN], 14192 [17JN], 19001 [4AU], 22304 [8SE], 
22471 [9SE], 22628 [10SE], 22863 [USE], 23355 
[15SE], 23592 [16SE] 
Tribute, 9219 [1MY] 
Reports 

Constitutional Amendment on a Balanced Budget: 

Committee on the Budget (excerpt), 4725 [13MR] 

Foreign Currency Expenditures, 24958, 24968 

[19SE] 
Moving Government Goods on the Great Lakes: 

Center for the Great Lakes, 20280 [9AU] 
Nelson Mandela: Eminent Persons Group (excerpt), 

13780 [16JN], 21587 [14AU] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness (excerpt), 7904 [17AP] 
Strategic Defense Initiative: Library of Congress 

(sundry excerpts), 19558, 19559 [6AU] 
Tax Reform Act: Committee on Finance (excerpt), 

13586* [12JN] 
Weapons Procurement: Packard Commission (ex- 
cerpt), 20040 [8AU] 
William H. Rehnquist's Views on Civil Rights: 
ACLU (excerpt), 23297 [15SE] 
Rules 

Five Executive order rule making principles, 572* 
[27JA] 
Statements 

Baseball Mitt Charity: Ron Barber, 8263 [22AP] 
Capital Punishment: William H. Rehnquist, 23297 

[15SE] 
Civil Disobedience: Abe Fortas, 23304 [15SE] 

William H. Rehnquist, 23304 [15SE] 

Defense Subcontract Kickbacks: FBI (excerpt), 
6353* [26MR] 

sundry excerpts, 6353* [26MR] 

Deficit Reduction: President Reagan, 23288 [15SE] 

Senator Packwood, 22370 [9SE] 

Human Rights: Andrei Sakharov, 11682 [21 MY] 
Introduction of Allan Boesak: by, 12964* [6JN], 

13019* [9JN] 
Jehovah's Witnesses: Senator Simon, 23303 [15SE] 

William H. Rehnquist, 23303 [15SE] 

Judicial Nominations: Alexander Hamilton, 23295 
[15SE] 

Charles Black, 23295 [15SE] 

Walter Dellinger, 23295 [15SE] 

Military Assistance to Central American Contras: 

Jaime Lusinchi, 21262 [13AU] 
Military Assistance to Nicaraguan Contras: Jorge 
Abadia, 21262 [13AU] 

President Reagan (excerpt), 21260 [13AU] 

Virgilio Godoy, 21259 [13AU] 

Nonviolent Protest: Martin Luther King, Jr., 23304 

[15SE] 
OMB Agency Rulemaking Disclosure Policy; by, 

15998* [26JN] 
Product Liability Reform Act: Senator Metz- 

enbaum, 251 17-251 19 [22SE] 
South Africa: Allan Boesak, 13698 [13JN] 
South African Police Violence (excerpts), 383 

[23JA] 
Spirit of Liberty: Learned Hand, 23305 [15SE] 
Strategic Defense Initiative: George P. Shultz, Sec. 

of State, 20250 [9AU] 
Tax Reform Act: Jerry Jasinowski, 23485 [16SE] 

Lawrence Summers, 23485 [16SE] 

Murray L. Weidenbaum, 23485 [16SE] 

sundry, 22252 [8SE] 

Views on Deed of Vermont Property: William H. 

Rehnquist (sundry), 23303 [15SE] 
Views on Minority Voters: William H. Rehnquist 

(sundry), 23302 [15SE] 
Wartime Experiences: Harold K. (Bud) Burns 
(sundry), 16450* [15JY] 



LEVIN, SANDER M. 

William H. Rehnquist's Views on Segregation: by, 
23300, 23302 [15SE] 

Richard Kluger, 23301 [15SE] 

Summaries 

Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act (S. 2250), 6354* 

[26MR], 23083* [12SE] 
Rule Making Information Act (S. 2023), 573* 
[27JA] 
Tables 
Tax changes under H.R. 3838, 14335 [18JN] 
Tax statistics (sundry), 13105 [10JN] 
Testimonies 
Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act: sundry, 23082* 

[12SE] 
Army Military Surveillance Program: William H. 

Rehnquist, 23298 [15SE] 
Conduct in Laird v. Tatum: William H. Rehnquist, 

23298 [15SE] 
Supreme Court Decisions: Sandra D. O'Connor, 

23296 [15SE] 
Tax Reform Act: Lawrence Chimerine, 26507 
[26SE] 

Murray L. Weidenbaum, 26507 [26SE] 

sundry excerpts, 26507 [26SE] 

Texts of 
S. 2014, Whistleblower Protection Act, 321*-326* 

[22JA] 
S. 2023, Rule Making Information Act, 574* [27JA] 
S. 2250, Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act, 6353* 

[26MR] 
S. Con. Res. 108, Indonesian invasion and occupa- 
tion of Timor Island, 1739 [5FE] 
S. Con. Res. 149, condemn South African state of 
emergency, 13780, 13856 [16JN] 
Tributes 
Abel, Sid, 12802* [5JN] 
Bumpers, Senator, 11646 [21 MY] 
Burns, Harold K. (Bud), 16449* [15JY] 
East, John P., 17190 [22JY] 
Feghali, Joseph C, 3734* [5MR] 
Greenberg, Hank, 23838* [17SE] 
McMurtry, Walter M., Jr., 11356* [20MY] 
Muir, Margaret E., 7208* [10AP] 
Sakharov, Andrei, 11682 [21 MY] 
Shine, Neal, 8263 [22AP] 
Tempest, Raymond D., 23839* [17SE] 
Williams, G. Mennen, 16047* [26JN] 
Tributes to retiring Members 
Eagleton, Senator, 29860 [90C] 
Goldwater, Senator, 29860 [90C] 
Hart, Senator, 29861 [90C] 
Laxalt, Senator, 29861 [90C] 
Long, Senator, 29861 [90C] 
Mathias, Senator, 29861 [90C] 
LEVIN, DAN 
Letters 

Gorbachev letters, 18137-18140 [30JY] 
LEVIN, JACK 
Articles and editorials 

Lesson Is Clear— But Wrong, 1482 [4FE] 
LEVIN, MARK 
Remarks in House 

Soviet Union: release, 27320 [30SE] 
LEVIN, MARTY 
Letters 

Contra aid, 20844 [12AU] 
LEVIN, MICHAEL 
Articles and editorials 

Communist Expansion (excerpt), 4692 [13MR] 
LEVIN, SANDER M. (a Representative from Michi- 
gan) 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.R. 5548, Export-Import Act amend- 
ments, 27320 [30SE] 
Articles and editorials 

Cocaine Use in Detroit, Detroit (MI) Free Press, 

22697 [10SE] 
Kaptur, Levin Key to Summit Trade Gain, Mike 
McManus, Toledo (OH) Blade, 12037 [22MY] 






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She Whose Constituents Are 61 Million Children, 
Lena Williams, New York (NY) Times, 3575* 
[4MR] 

U.S. Trade Deficit, Associated Press (excerpts), 
9105 [30AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

AFDC: work opportunities and retraining compact 
(see H.R. 4929), 12363 [4JN] 

Auto parts: importance of inclusion in market-ori- 
ented negotiations (see H. Con. Res. 328), 9145 
[30AP] 

Elections: interregional primary and caucuses for 
selection of delegates to presidential nominating 
conventions (see H.R. 4453), 5565 [19MR] 

Job training: improve and establish Federal pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5720), 32329 [160C] 

South Africa: condemn for invoking state of emer- 
gency (see H. Con. Res. 356), 13770 [16JN] 

Unemployment insurance: improve and establish 
Federal programs (see H.R. 5720), 32329 [160C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (see H.R. 4154), 19117 
[5AU] 

Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 
310), 9147 [30AP] 

Air safety: promote (see H.R. 5279), 18011 [29JY] 

Air traffic controllers: permit the reappointment 
(see H.R. 4003), 12624 [5JN] 

Alcoholic beverages: establish labeling requirements 
(see H.R. 4269), 17506 [23JY] 

American Folklife Center: authorizing appropria- 
tions (see H.R. 4545), 9553 [6MY] 

American Indian Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
704), 26076 [24SE] 

American Philatelic Society: recognition (see H.R. 
2097), 28331 [30C] 

American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 677), 25374 [22SE] 

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: defense programs 
should remain in conformance (see H. Con. Res. 
336), 11949 [22MY] 

Armed Forces: cost of living adjustments for mili- 
tary retirement and survivor benefit programs 
(see H.R. 4671), 10704 [14MY] 

increased authority for storage of household 

effects with change of duty station (see H.R. 
4484), 9146 [30AP] 

Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 
(see H.J. Res. 504), 10524 [13MY] 

Atmospheric greenhouse effect: establishment of 
cooperative international research program (see 
H. Con. Res. 273), 13269 [11JN] 

Atomic power plants: establish international emer- 
gency response teams and inspection to assure 
safe operations (see H. Res. 445), 9211 [1MY] 

Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 12364 [4JN] 

mutual, simultaneous, verifiable cessation of 

testing (see H.R. 3442), 13268 [11JN] 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4075), 9553 [6MY] 

Ballistic knives: prohibit possession, manufacture, 
sale, importation, and mailing (see H.R. 4711), 
10215 [8MY] 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 
2979 [26FE] 

Bankruptcy: prevent rejection of contracts provid- 
ing health benefits to current and former employ- 
ees of debtor (see H.R. 5376), 22737 [10SE] 

Banks and banking: advanced notice for closing of 
branches (see H.R. 5322), 21131 [12AU] 

improve quality of examinations of deposito- 
ry institutions (see H.R. 4917), 12129 [3JN] 

increase capital for loans to farmers (see 

H.R. 5132), 17693 [24JY] 

Berlin Wall: visible indictment of the Communist 
system (see H. Con. Res. 326), 9554 [6MY] 

Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 475), 6931 [9AP] 

Budget: disapproval of rescission for urban develop- 
ment action grant program (see H.J. Res. 513), 
1502 [4FE] 



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executive impoundment of appropriated 

funds for revenue sharing program (see H.J. Res. 
528), 4269 [11MR] 

CCC: excess cheese be made available to States (see 
H.R. 5145), 18420 [3 1JY] 

Challenger (space shuttle): NASA plaque for astro- 
nauts (see H.J. Res. 516), 4578 [12MR] 

Chemical and biological warfare: prohibit produc- 
tion of binary nerve gas and encourage negotia- 
tions on international level (see H.R. 5142), 22147 
[15AU] 

Child Nutrition Act: improve availability of benefits 
(see H.R. 4990), 13267 [11JN] 

Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 12625 [5JN] 

China, Republic of sense of Congress concerning 
representative government, political parties, and 
freedom of expression (see H. Con. Res. 233), 
2678 [25FE] 

Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
7367 [MAP] 

Committee on Assassinations (Select): release for 
public use certain records (see H. Res. 173), 2678 
[25FE] 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 521, 
541), 3650 [5MR], 3855 [6MR] 

Community food and nutrition programs: authorize 
appropriations (see H.R. 4421), 6638 [8AP] 

Congress: establish commission to coordinate com- 
memoration of bicentennial (see H.R. 5035), 
16504 [15JY] 

issue commemorative stamp for 100th (see 

H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 

Congressional Advisory Commission on Intercolle- 
giate Athletics: establish (see H.R. 5213), 18228 
[30JY] 

Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 4703 
[13MR] 

Contracts: strengthen prohibition of kickbacks to 
subcontractors under Federal (see H.R. 4783), 
16504 [15JY] 

Courts: establish specialized corps of Federal judges 
(see H.R. 1213), 12364 [4JN] 

jurisdiction over Social Security benefits en- 
titlements (see H. Res. 400), 12625 [5JN] 

Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 678), 19461 [6AU] 

Credit cards: information on interest rates (see H.R. 
4197), 9553 [6MY] 

Crime and criminals: driving under influence of 
drugs or alcohol in maritime and territorial juris- 
diction (see H.R. 5060), 16747 [16JY] 

Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 
6932 [9AP] 

Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 
(see H. Con. Res. 388), 23474 [16SE] 

de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 
469), 27426 [30SE] 

Defense industries: require specific congressional 
authorization for sales, exports, leases, and loans 
of articles (see H.R. 5552), 29834 [80C] 

Dependent care programs: authorize appropriations 
(see H.R. 4421), 6638 [8AP] 

Depository Institutions Act: extend emergency ac- 
quisition and net worth guarantee provisions (see 
H.R. 4551), 7125 [10AP] 

Dept. of Education: establish restrictions on provi- 
sion of financial assistance (see H.R. 3305), 21736 
[14AU] 

Dept. of Justice assets forfeiture fund: extend (see 
H.R. 5237), 21131 [12AU] 

Drugs: ban on reimportation, restrictions on sam- 
ples, and resales purchased by hospitals (see H.R. 
4820), 24687 [18SE] 

facilitate interdiction, controlled substances, 

and manufacture (see H.R. 5358), 19745 [7AU] 

Duvalier, Jean-Claude: return of funds and property 
illegally acquired (see H. Res. 388), 8412 [22AP] 

Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

establish effective schools and encourage 

joint parent-child approaches (see H.R. 4463), 
9146 [30AP] 



establish program to strengthen and improve 

State and local agencies (see H.R. 3263), 4703 
[13MR] 

extend time limitation for completing a pro- 
gram (see H.R. 893), 9145 [30AP] 

State and local government daily physical 

exercise programs for children, 13269 [1IJN] 

Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 
582), 7367 [HAP] 

EEOC: require Federal entities to prohibit employ- 
ment discrimination (see H.R. 5165), 16503 
[15JY] 

time limitation for review and action on 

charges under Civil Rights Act (see H. Con. Res. 
359), 17693 [24JY] 

Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 8213 
[21AP] 

protect voting rights (see H.R. 1453), 22246 

[8SE] 

Elementary and Secondary Education Act: grants 
for dropout prevention demonstration projects 
(see H.R. 3042), 8411 [22AP] 

Ellis Island: persons representing all States to be 
naturalized on July 3 or 4, 1986 (see H.J. Res. 
613), 9776 [7MY] 

Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 529), 12130 [3JN] 

Employment: discrimination against persons with 
cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 8888 [29AP] 

establish commission to study salary replace- 
ment for leave in cases of birth, adoption, or 
serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300), 16967 
[17JY] 

EPA: set standards for identification and abatement 
of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 5566 
[19MR] 

Equal Credit Opportunity Act: amend (see H.R. 
1575), 5308 [18MR] 

Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 
Con. Res. 285), 3650 [5MR] 

Export-Import Act: amend (see H.R. 5548), 24686 
[18SE] 

Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 
6932 [9AP] 

Fair Labor Standards Act: increase minimum wages 
(see H.R. 4227, 4323), 4269 [11MR], 5829 [20MR] 

FDIC: establish procedure to facilitate restructuring 
or canceling agricultural loans (see H.R. 4241), 
2977 [26FE] 

Federal annuity program: establish (see H.R. 5668), 
31219 [HOC] 

Federal Aviation Act: prohibit alcoholic beverages 
on flights to persons under 21 years of age (see 
H.R. 4558), 19461 [6AU] 

Federal employees: authority for direct payment or 
reimbursement of additional types of health care 
professionals (see H.R. 4825), 13269 [11JN] 

forfeiture of retirement benefits upon convic- 
tion of felony (see H.R. 3388), 8888 [29AP] 

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: enforce 
food labeling requirements (see H.R. 4935), 12363 
[4JN] 

Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 
certain (see H.R. 4194), 3854 [6MR] 

prohibit sale, delivery, and importation of 

certain nonmetal (see H.R. 4223), 5829 [20MR] 

Follow Through Program: authorize appropriations 
(see H.R. 4421), 6638 [8AP] 

Food: establish labeling requirements (see H.R. 
4269), 17506 [23JY] 

Food stamp plan: improve availability of benefits 
(see H.R. 4990), 13267 [11JN] 

Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
8888 [29AP] 

Foreign trade: alleviate international debt crisis and 
promote stability in international financial system 
(see H.R. 4574), 7554 [15AP] 

Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 



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Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 12365 [4JN] 
German American Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

675), 23670 [17SE] 
Ghana, commend for establishment of WEB. 
DuBois Shrine and Memorial Center for Pan- 
African Culture (see H. Res. 498), 21736 [14AU] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

381), 4578 [12MR] 
Haiti: supporting democratic aspirations of people 

(see H. Res. 379), 3481 [4MR] 
Head Start Program: authorize appropriations (see 

H.R. 4421), 6638 [8AP] 
Health: prevent rejection of contracts for hospitali- 
zation and benefits to employees of debtor (see 
H.R. 5298), 22737 [10SE] 
Health insurance: assure access (see H.R. 4742), 

21247 [13AU] 
Holocaust: States should develop curriculum for in- 
struction of schoolchildren (see H. Con. Res. 
133), 8477 [23AP] 
Homeless: prevent and provide comprehensive aid 

package (see H.R. 5140), 15771 [26JN] 
House: study advisability for feasibility of establish- 
ing an independent air safety enforcement agency 
(see H. Res. 518), 18011 [29JY] 
Impoundment Control Act: deferrals of budget au- 
thority shall not take effect until Congress com- 
pletes action on impoundment bill (see H.R 
4205), 3481 [4MR] 

reform the deferral procedure (see H.R 

4888), 13269 [11JN] 
Industry: improve competitiveness (see H.R. 2373 

4800), 9553 [6MY], 10242 [9MY] 
Insurance industry: collection of independently 
verified data and availability to State and Federal 
officials (see H.R. 4877), 16504 [15JY] 
Interest: uniform disclosure of rates payable on sav- 
ings accounts (see H.R. 2282), 13526 [12JN] 
Iron and steel industry: allow companies 15-year 
carryback of investment credit (see H.R. 5327), 
22737 [10SE] 
IRS: provide adequate resources to enforce revenue 

laws (see H. Con. Res. 294), 6933 [9AP] 
Israel: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Spain (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 
Japan: conditions to become primary dealer in U.S. 
securities (see H. Con. Res. 403), 32156 [150C] 

should grant U.S. semiconductor industry 

free access to market (see H. Res. 454), 11625 
[21 MY] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 3853 [6MR] 
Job Training Partnership Act: establishment of edu- 
cation component in summer youth employment 
programs (see H.R. 4054), 1503 [4FE] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 
Kings River: designate as component of Wild and 
Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 4629), 7891 
[17AP] 
Korea, Republic of: restore civil and political rights 
to Kim Dae Jung and institute true democracy 
(see H. Con. Res. 261), 7367 [14AP] 
Language and languages: establish literacy pro- 
grams for individuals of limited English profi- 
ciency (see H.R. 5042), 14078 [17JN] 
Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 716), 23670 [17SE] 
Lebanon: moment of silence during ceremonies for 
Statue of Liberty for return of U.S. captives (see 
H. Con. Res. 362), 15773 [26JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

8888 [29AP] 
Library of Congress: change name and adjust pay 
of police force (see H.R. 1902), 25457 [23SE] 
Libya: commemorate death of Fernando A. Ribas- 
Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Lorain, OH 
(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 



express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 

no foreign tax credit shall be allowed (see 

H.R. 4680), 12129 [3JN] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in 

production, marketing, and distribution of oil (see 

H.R. 4700, 4847), 10523 [13MY], 11184 [19MY] 

Lobbyists: time restrictions for ex-Presidents, Vice 

Presidents, and certain other former Government 

officials and certain military officers (see H R 

5097), 16504 [15JY] 

Lorain, OH: commemorate death of Fernando A. 

Ribas-Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Libya 

(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 

Lorence, Paul F.: commemorate death in raid on 

Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act: author- 
ize appropriations (see H.R. 4422), 6931 [9AP] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

531), 3481 [4MR] 
Made in America Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

688), 22147 [15AU] 
Medicare: community nursing and ambulatory care 
on prepaid, capitated basis (see H.R. 5457), 29387 
[70C] 
improve quality of services by health mainte- 
nance organizations (see H.R. 5360), 28179 [20C] 
sense of House regarding payment process- 
ing (see H. Res. 468), 15288 [24JN] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 9776 
[7MY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 6057 [25MR] 
Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167) 
9146 [30AP] 
My Nationality American Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 739), 29835 [80C] 
Narcotics: legislation from executive branch rela- 
tive to trafficking (see H.R. 5266), 19952 [8AU] 
strengthen efforts to encourage foreign coop- 
eration in eradicating crops and traffic (see H.R. 
5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 12365 [4JN] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 25457 [23SE] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 4269 [11MR] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 7690 [16AP] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 596), 8412 [22AP] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 10704 [14MY] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 

4703 [13MR] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 3650 [5MR] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

26076 [24SE] 
National Association of State Directors of Veter- 
ans' Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024), 
22246 [8SE] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 5829 [20MR] 
National Back to School— Back Off Drugs Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 698), 23474 [16SE] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 16327 [14JY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 481), 1503 [4FE] 



LEVIN, SANDER M. 

National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 19745 
[7AU] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 
National Children's Accident Prevention Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 579), 10215 [8MY] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 23016 [USE] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 8888 [29AP] 
National Congregate and Meals on Wheels Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 556), 4704 [13MR] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 8213 [21AP] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 720), 32156 [150C] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 12625 [5JN] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90) 

5566 [19MR] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

602), 9554 [6MY] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 1 1449 [20MY] 

National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 16505 [15JY] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 

National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 1 1449 [20MY] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

HJ. Res. 577), 13269 [1 UN] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 6057 [25MR] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

266), 6931 [9AP] 
National High-Tech Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 707), 32156 [150C] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 25457 [23SE] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 632), 1 1449 [20MY] 
National Housing Act: permanent authority to 
insure mortgages on single family dwellings (see 
H.R. 5039), 18011 [29JY] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 16505 [15JY] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

581), 9146 [30AP] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 6057 [25MR] 
National Labor Relations Act: prohibit awarding 
Federal contracts to persons who have violated 
judicial orders (see H.R. 782), 5308 [18MR] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

429), 8412 [22AP] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 480), 6057 [25MR] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 4578 [12MR] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 






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National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 25457 [23SE] 

National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 

National Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 539), 3650 [5MR] 

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 16326 [14JY] 

National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 670), 22738 [10SE] 

National Pension Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
600), 7555 [15AP] 

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 8412 [22AP] 

National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 
29835 [80C] 

National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 502), 3481 [4MR] 

National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 26076 [24SE] 

National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 9776 [7MY] 

National School Lunch Act: improve availability of 
benefits (see H.R. 4990), 13267 [11JN] 

National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
484), 8477 [23AP] 

National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 410), 236 [22JA] 

National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 655), 17318 [22JY] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
642), 15605 [25JN] 

National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 
278), 2678 [25FE] 

National Week of the American Taxpayer: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 703), 32329 [160C] 

National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 740), 27552 [IOC] 

National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 

National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 11625 [21MY] 

National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 25374 [22SE] 

National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 
9146 [30AP] 

Nicaragua: President to provide documents to 
House of Representatives relative to funds appro- 
priated for humanitarian assistance (see H. Res. 
395), 5898 [21 MR] 

NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 
27117 [29SE] 

9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 708), 24687 [18SE] 

Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 10215 [8MY] 

Office of Civil Rights Assessment: establish (see 
H.R. 5179), 20744 [11 AU] 

Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
542), 6932 [9AP] 

Owens, Jesse: commend people of Berlin Olympic 
games for commemoration of anniversary (see H. 
Con. Res. 325), 9554 [6MY] 

Peace Garden: authorize establishment (see H.R. 
4467), 13269 [1 UN] 

Philippines: authorize Scouts and U.S. Veterans' 
Association of America to establish memorial (see 
H.J. Res. 685), 21736 [14AU] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 3649 [5MR] 
Postal Service: change of address forms may be 
furnished to State authority (see H.R. 1668), 
27117 [29SE] 

issue stamp to honor Henry M. Robert (see 

H. Res. 509), 27552 [IOC] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status of implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see H.J. Res. 648), 12624 [5JN] 



Printing: reduce paperwork burden (see H.R. 3508), 
2293 [19FE] 

Public Awareness of the Hearing Impaired Month: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 330), 9212 [1MY] 

Public Health Service Act: encourage and assist 
States in establishing protocols for identifying 
organ and tissue donors (see H.R. 4945), 12623 
[5JN] 

encourage and assist States in requiring hos- 
pitals to identify potential organ and tissue 
donors (see H.R. 4697), 9553 [6MY] 

Public Service Recognition Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 609), 9554 [6MY] 

Radio: jamming of broadcasting (see H. Con. Res. 
386), 22146 [15AU] 

Retirees: prohibit companies filed for bankruptcy 
from discontinuing medical and life insurance 
benefits (see H.R. 5283), 18908 [4AU] 

Ribas-Dominicci, Fernando A.: commemorate 
death in raid on Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 
[15JY] 

Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 706), 23670 [17SE] 

San Diego, CA: designate Jacob Weinberger Feder- 
al Building (see H.R. 5397), 22738 [10SE] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
5829 [20MR] 

Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
5829 [20MR] 

Secret Service: expand uniformed division protec- 
tive jurisdiction (see H.R. 5020), 17507 [23JY] 

Securities: conditions for Japanese to become pri- 
mary dealer in U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 403), 32156 
[150C] 

Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
10), 26428 [26SE] 

Skelton, Richard (Red): award congressional gold 
medal (see H.R. 5510), 32329 [160C] 

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, MI: des- 
ignate as Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park (see 
H.R. 4053), 15287 [24JN] 

Social Security: establish protocols for organ pro- 
curement and standards for agencies (see H.R. 
5587), 28824 [60C] 

permit States to provide coverage for poor 

elderly or disabled (see H.R. 4882), 11624 
[21 MY] 

Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 16504 [15JY] 

Social Security Disability Insurance program: effi- 
cient and compassionate management (see H. 
Con. Res. 408), 32330 [160C] 

South Africa: President Reagan meeting with lead- 
ers of bordering countries (see H. Res. 566), 
33159 [170C] 

prohibit U.S. persons from making or hold- 
ing investments (see H.R. 997), 5076 [17MR], 
9145 [30AP] 

urge to indicate willingness to engage in 

meaningful political negotiations (see H. Res. 
373), 9147 [30AP] 

Spain: commend for commitment to democracy 
(see H.J. Res. 567), 5829 [20MR] 

congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Israel (see H. Res. 385), 6639 
[SAP] 

State and local governments: daily physical educa- 
tion programs for children (see H. Con. Res. 
344), 13269 [11JN] 

grants for youth service projects (see H.R. 

888), 29834 [80C] 

States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 7689 [16AP] 
Statue of Liberty: moment of silence during cere- 
monies for return of U.S. captives in Lebanon 
(see H. Con. Res. 362). 15773 [26JN] 
Steel Import Stabilization Act: amend (see H.R. 

5591), 32156 [150C] 
Taxation: exclusion from gross income of citizens in 
Libya shall not apply (see H.R. 4680), 12129 
[3JN] 



Executive order to deny foreign income ex- 
clusion (see H.R. 4056), 2978 [26FE] 
State collection from sales of tangible per- 
sonal property by nonresident persons (see H.R. 
5021), 22147 [15AU] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 6930 [9AP] 
Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H. 

Con. Res. 244), 10991 [15MY] 
Tobacco industry: ban promotion of products (see 

H.R. 4972), 16747 [16JY] 
U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 15605 [25 JN] 
U.S. Olympic Committee: congratulate new presi- 
dent and secretary general (see H. Con. Res. 
292), 10282 [12MY] 
U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 
Unemployment compensation: improved program 

of extended (see H.R. 4469), 5828 [20MR] 
United Way: anniversary (see H.J. Res. 684), 19952 

[8AU] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: defer- 
ral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 522), 3854 
[6MR] 
VA: opposition to closing of Insurance Center, Fort 
Snelling, MN (see H. Res. 423), 7689 [16AP] 
Vatican City: sense of Congress to recognize Israel 
and establish diplomatic relations (see H. Con. 
Res. 306), 7368 [14AP] 
Veterans: allow totally disabled to travel on mili- 
tary aircraft (see H.R. 3732), 17506 [23 JY] 
Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 628), 13074 [10JN] 
White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: provide for (see H.J. Res. 631), 15288 
[24JN] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 1503 [4FE] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Year of the Reader: designate (see H.J. Res. 671), 

22738 [10SE] 
Youth: make grants for suicide prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 4650), 11949 [22MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Essays 

Voice of Democracy: Annette L. Waters, 8572* 
[23AP] 
Explanations 

Work opportunities and retraining compact (H.R. 
4929), 12358 [4JN] 
Lists 

Cosponsors of Omnibus Job Training and Retrain- 
ing Act, 33598* [HOC] 
Remarks by, on 

AFDC: require States to establish comprehensive 
job training or employment programs for recipi- 
ents (H.R. 4929), 12358 [4JN] 
Aged: Royal Oak, MI, Senior Citizen Center tribute 
to Marguerite Kane and Kay Mueller, 10561* 
[13MY] 
Agnello, Frank A.: tribute, 10265* [9MY] 
Amtrak: funding, 18180 [30JY] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14255, 
14288* [18JN] 

enact (H.R. 4868), veto, 27085 [29SE] 

Arms control: negotiations, 30716 [140C] 
Arms sales: Saudi Arabia, 4513 [12MR] 
Automobile industry: U.S.-Japan trade talks, 10123 

[8MY] 
Banks and banking: depository fund availability, 454 

[23JA] 
Bolen, Dan R.: tribute, 10266* [9MY] 
Budget: proposals, 1752 [5FE], 2259 [19FE] 

setting forth for 1987-89 (H. Con. Res. 296), 

4664 [13MR] 



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Central America: economic assistance, 15526 [25JN] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5528 [19MR] 
Children's Defense Fund: tribute, 3575* [4MR] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10672 [14MY] 
Council on Industrial Competitiveness: establish, 

11584 [21 MY] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: release from Soviet Union 

27460 [IOC] 
Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holo- 
caust: observance, 9539* [6MY] 
Dearborn Heights, MI: Robert Rutila, tribute 

10562* [13MY] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R 4428), 21089 [12AU] 

funding, 3026 [27FE] 

making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15526 [25JN] 
Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 18180, 18218 
[30JY] 
Detroit, MI: C. Scott Weinert, tribute, 8991* 

[29AP] 
Developing countries: establish new lending institu- 
tion within World Bank, 11584 [21 MY] 
District of Columbia: Adolescent Pregnancy Pre- 
vention— Speakout '86, convention, 3575* [4MR] 
Ecumenical Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies: 

James R. Lyons, tribute, 8995* [29AP] 
Employment: Federal jobs program, 10672 [14MY] 

skills training, 33598* [170C] 

Expedited Funds Availability Act: enact (H R 

2443), 454 [23JA] 
Export-Import Bank Act: reauthorize (H.R. 4510) 

16484, 16485 [15JY] 
Ferndale, MI: Chamber of Commerce anniversary 
30426* [10OC] 

tribute to Dan R. Bolen, 10266* [9MY] 

Foreign relations: Nicaragua, 5202 [18MR] 
Foreign trade: bilateral talks with Japan, 10123 

[8MY] 
inclusion of auto parts in bilateral negotia- 
tions with Japan (H. Con. Res. 328), 9105 [30AP] 

restrictions on Eximbank credit, 16484, 16485 

[15JY] 

-textile industry, 18258 [31JY], 19340 [6AU], 



19642 [7AU] 

U.S. policy, 11365, 11380 [20MY], 11584 

[21 MY] 
Government: policies that affect workers, 16393* 

[14JY] 
Government procurement: nondomestic goods and 

services, 18218 [30JY] 
Holocaust: commemoration, 9539* [6MY] 
Housing Act: enact (H.R. 1), 12329 [4JN], 13507 

[12JN] 
Illinois: election of LaRouche party candidates in 

Democratic primary, 7881, 7882 [17AP] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R 4800) 

11365, 11380 [20MY], 11584 [21 MY] 
Inkster, MI: residents' reactions to Reagan adminis- 
tration budget proposal, 2259 [19FE] 
INS: plight of Ian Page, 12301* [3JN] 
Japan: inclusion of auto parts in bilateral trade ne- 
gotiations (H. Con. Res. 328), 9105 [30AP] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 12612* 

[5JN] 
Job Corps: Reagan administration budget proposal 

4664 [13MR] 
Labor: Federal policies that affect workers, 16393* 

[14JY] 
Lamphere School District, MI: tribute to Frank 

Agnello, 10265* [9MY] 
LaRouche party: election of candidates in Illinois 

Democratic Party primary, 7881, 7882 [17AP] 
Mautner, Mary: tribute, 10264* [9MY] 
Michigan: Credit Union League Hail of Fame trib- 
ute to Don Murray, 11479* [20MY] 

tribute to Mary Mautner, 10264* [9MY] 

Narcotics: national abuse and trafficking prevention 
policy, 22697 [10SE] 



National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(S.J. Res. 347), 13424* [11JN] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15526 [25 JN] 
covert aid for military and paramilitary oper- 
ations, 5202 [18MR] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540) 

5528 [19MR] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601) 

7626 [16AP] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22697 [10SE] 
Omnibus Job Training and Retraining Act: enact 

33598* [170C] 
Page, Ian: INS plight, 12301* [3JN] 
Public welfare: work opportunities and retraining 

compact (H.R. 4929), 12358 [4JN] 
Reagan, President: budget proposal, 1752 [5FE] 
2259 [19FE], 4664 [13MR] 

policy toward defense, 3026 [27FE] 

policy toward South Africa, 17595 [24JY] 

Redford Township, MI. fire department members 

retire, 8990* [29AP] 
Reykjavik, Iceland: U.S./Soviet Union summit 

27460 [IOC] 
Royal Oak, MI: Chamber of Commerce anniversa- 
ry, 8993* [29AP] 

Senior Citizen Center tribute to Marguerite 

Kane and Kay Mueller, 10561* [13MY] 
Santa Monica, CA: INS plight of Ian Page, 12301* 

[3JN] 
Saudi Arabia: arms sale, 4513 [12MR] 
Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29785* 
[80C] 
South Africa: apartheid, 17595 [24JY] 

condemn for invoking state of emergency 

(H. Con. Res. 356), 13901 [17JN] 

economic sanctions, 14255, 14288* [18JN] 

27085 [29SE] 
Soviet Union: arms control negotiations, 30716 
[140C] 

free emigration of Jews, 12612* [5JN] 

release of Nicholas Daniloff, 27460 [IOC] 

Strategic defense initiative: funding, 21089 [12AU] 
Student aid: impact of Reagan administration 

budget proposal, 1752 [5FE] 
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29785* 
[80C] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26215 [25SE] 
Taxation: new ideas or a welfare state, 30716 

[140C] 
Teenage pregnancy: Adolescent Pregnancy Preven- 
tion— Speakout '86, convention, 3575* [4MR] 
Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 
(H.R. 1562), veto, 18258 [31JY], 19340 [6AU1 
19642 [7AU] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: selec- 
tion criteria, 12329 [4JN] 
Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II, 11372 [20MY] 
World Health Day: designate (S.J. Res. 226), 5810 

[20MR] 
World Health Week: designate (S.J. Res. 226), 5810 
[20MR] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks 
1752 [5FE], 2259 [19FE], 3026 [27FE], 4513 
[12MR], 4664 [13MR], 5202 [18MR], 7626 
[16AP], 8885 [29AP], 9105 [30AP], 10123 [8MY] 
10242 [9MY], 10521 [13MY], 10672 [14MY], 
11365, 11380, 11446 [20MY], 11584 [21 MY] 
12358 [4JN], 12981 [9JN], 13901 [17JN], 14288 
[18JN], 15526 [25JN], 16484 [15JY], 17595 
[24JY], 18258 [31JY], 19340 [6AU], 19642 [7AU], 
22697 [10SE], 26215 [25SE], 27085 [29SE], 27460 
[IOC] 
Special order: granted, 13768 [16JN] 
Reports 
Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs 
9765 [7MY] 



LEVINE, MEL 

Federal Policies Affecting U.S. Workers: Sar A. 
Levitan and Isaac Shapiro, Center for Social 
Policy Studies, George Washington University 
16393* [14JY] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9765 [7MY] 
Statements 

Holocaust: Anne Frank (excerpts), 9539* [6MY] 
Tributes 
Bingham, Jonathan B., 16737* [16JY] 
Brewis, Harley, 8990* [29AP] 
David, Gilbert, 8993* [29AP] 
Edelman, Marian W., 3575* [4MR] 
Jones, Harry, 8993* [29AP] 
Kane, Marguerite, 10561* [13MY] 
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 16 [21JA] 
Lyons, James R., 8995* [29AP] 
Mueller, Kay, 10561* [13MY] 
Murray, Don, 11479* [20MY] 
O'Brien, George M., 18407* [31JY] 
Quickstad, N.J., 8993* [29AP] 
Reseigh, Philip, 8990* [29AP] 
Rutila, Robert, 10562* [13MY] 
Sonnenberg, Robert, 8990* [29 A P] 
Weinert, C. Scott, 8991* [29AP] 
LEVIN, SIMON 
Letters 

Efforts to emigrate from the Soviet Union: sundry 
18137-18140 [30JY] 
Remarks in House 

Soviet Union: efforts to secure release of Mark 
Levin and Tamara Tretyakova, 27320 [30SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

Soviet Union: Deerfield, IL elementary school chil- 
dren's letters on emigration of family, 18137 
[30JY] 
LEVIN, ZELMORE AND ESTHER 
Articles and editorials 

Levins Retire, at Last, From Jobs and City, 17266 
[22JY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 17265 [22JY] 
LEVINE, MEL (a Representative from California) 
Addresses 

Affirmative Action— More Than Goals or Quotas: 

Hyman Bookbinder, 1789* [5FE] 
Japanese American Citizens League: by 23018* 

[USE] 
Living the Dream: Jarrod Johnson, 515* [23JA] 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Dream: Michell Shields, 

515* [23JA] 
Space Exploration: John F. Kennedy (excerpts) 

658 [29JA] 
Use of U.S. FMS Funds To Develop Lavi Fighter 
Aircraft: by, 17331 [22JY] 
Amendments offered by, to 

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 19104 [5AU], 20699 
[11AU] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 
Act: amend (H.R. 2482), 24748 [19SE] 
Appointments 

Conferee: S. 2638, National Defense Authorization 
Act amendments, 24069 [18SE] 
Articles and editorials 

Approaches to the Americas— Reagan's Nicaragua 
Obsession Puts All the Hemisphere at Risk, 
Carlos Fuentes, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 7582* 
[15AP] 
"Company Doctor" Sigoloff Has an RX for 
Wickes— Acquisitions, Business Week (magazine) 
10229* [8MY] 
Delancey Street— For a Few Addicts, a 4- Year 
Lesson in Living, Washington (DC) Post, 11085* 
[15MY] 
Experts See Risk in Troop Carrier, John H. Cush- 
man, Jr., New York (NY) Times, 26570* [26SE] 
First Brother-Sister Combination To Win Coveted 
Scholarship, Betty Couniberti, Los Angeles (CA) 
Times, 2990* [26FE] 
For These Kids, Dad Really Is the Old Man, Jim 
Brooks, Torrance (CA) Breeze, 3247* [27FE] 



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Lincoln Brigade — Veterans of Spanish Civil War 
Look Back, Mark 50th Anniversary, Saul Rubin, 
Santa Monica (CA) Outlook, 14463* [18JN] 

Man Who Made War on a Weapon, Washington 
(DC) Post, Myra MacPherson, 10249* [9MY] 

Requiem for a Challenger — In Tribute, Let Us 
Keep Moving Into the Last Frontier, Representa- 
tive George E. Brown, Jr., Los Angeles (CA) 
Times, 1311* [30JA] 

She Got the Hobbit of Reading, and Fiction 
Became Her Science, John Barbour, Los Angeles 
(CA) Times, 22492* [9SE] 

Tilting the Budget, Haynes Johnson, Washington 
(DC) Post, 2069* [6FE] 

Tribute to Duane Nightingale, Santa Monica (CA) 
Outlook, 23263* [12SE] 

We Can't Buy Peace for Nicaragua, Peter D. Bell, 
2987* [26FE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Central America: reaffirm support for peaceful set- 
tlement (see H. Con. Res. 283), 2016 [6FE] 

Chemicals: treatment of alkyl nitrites and their iso- 
mers as drugs under Federal Food, Drug, and 
Cosmetic Act (see H.J. Res. 660), 14297 [18JN] 

Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 
(see H. Res. 542), 22737 [10SE] 

Defense industries: require specific congressional 
authorization for sales, exports, leases, and loans 
of articles (see H.R 5552), 24686 [18SE] 

Elections: adjust certain contribution limits for 
House candidates (see H.R. 5382), 20743 [11AU] 

FDA: study of health effects of toxic contamination 
of fish in Santa Monica Bay, CA (see H.R. 4277), 
3106 [27FE] 

House: adjust certain campaign contribution limits 
(see H.R. 5382), 20743 [11AU] 

Libya: prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in 
production, marketing, and distribution of oil (see 
H.R. 4700, 4847), 8887 [29AP], 11184 [19MY] 

travel advisory relative to terrorist attack of 

U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 270, 289), 48 
[21JA], 2293 [19FE] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 

Taxation: credit for employers who provide onsite 
dependent care assistance (see H.R. 4720), 9145 
[30AP] 

one-time amnesty (see H.R. 4958), 12982 

[9JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Advertising: limit adjacent to interstate and Feder- 
al-aid primary highways (see H.R. 5043), 17317 
[22JY] 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: clarify 
certain authorities (see H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 

Afghanistan Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 537), 
4578 [12MR] 

Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance 
Act: encourage loans for microenterprises by de- 
veloping countries (see H.R. 4894), 23473 [16SE] 

Agriculture: establish occupational health and 
safety standard on field sanitation (see H.R. 
4029), 8411 [22AP] 

Alaska: designate certain lands as wilderness (see 
H.R. 4922), 16747 [16JY] 

American Armored Force: monument in Arlington, 
VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 19461 [6AU] 

American Indian Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
704), 23245 [12SE] 

American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 677), 30117 [90C] 

Animals: prevent duplication of experiments (see 
H.R. 5486), 22246 [8SE] 

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: defense programs 
should remain in conformance (see H. Con. Res. 
336), 12365 [4JN] 

Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 
(see H.J. Res. 504), 13269 [11JN] 

Atomic explosions: funding for research on atmos- 
pheric, climatic, biological, health, and environ- 
mental consequences (see H.R. 5051), 23015 
[USE] 

Atomic power plants: begin multilateral negotia- 
tions to strengthen safety standards (see H. Res. 
438), 10524 [13MY] 



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establish international emergency response 

teams and inspections to assure safe operations 
(see H. Res. 445), 17693 [24JY] 

Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of strategic with arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 12625 [5JN] 

Attorney General: study and recommend control 
diversion of legitimate precursor and essential 
chemicals in production of illegal drugs (see H.R. 
3819), 2496 [20FE] 

Australia: commemorate bicentennial, and honor 
visit of Prime Minister Robert Hawke (see H. 
Con. Res. 319), 7689 [16AP] 

Ballistic knives: prohibit possession, manufacture, 
sale, importation, and mailing (see H.R. 4711), 
22146 [15AU] 

Berlin Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 587), 
12365 [4JN] 

California: improve and manage Suisun Marsh (see 
H.R. 3421), 537 [27JA] 

Centennial Year of the Gasoline Powered Automo- 
bile: designate (see H.J. Res. 439), 537 [27JA] 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1780 [5FE] 

Child Nutrition Act: improve availability of benefits 
(see H.R. 4990), 18420 [31JY] 

Chile: opposing participation of Esmeralda (vessel) 
in Fourth of July liberty weekend celebration 
(see H. Con. Res. 353), 15288 [24JN] 

support of an early transition to democracy 

(see H.J. Res. 673), 19745 [7AU] 

China, People's Republic of: relative to political 
situation (see H. Con. Res. 334), 11625 [21MY] 

China, Republic of: sense of Congress concerning 
representative government, political parties, and 
freedom of expression (see H. Con. Res. 233), 
2678 [25FE] 

Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
10523 [13MY] 

Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 
4567), 7126 [10AP] 

Communications Act: expand availability of hear- 
ing-aid compatible telephones (see H.R. 3099), 
16504 [15JY] 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541), 
3855 [6MR] 

Competition in Contracting Act: establish alterna- 
tive procedure for review of bid protests (see 
H.R. 4086), 1073 [30JA] 

Conference to develop an international seaport se- 
curity agreement: convene (see H. Con. Res. 
236), 5077 [17MR] 

Congressional Advisory Commission on Intercolle- 
giate Athletics: establish (see H.R. 5213), 22246 
[8SE] 

Constitution: authorize minting a coin in commemo- 
ration of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 26370 
[25SE] 

Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 15605 
[25JN] 

Contracts: strengthen prohibition of kickbacks to 
subcontractors under Federal (see H.R. 4783), 
10214 [8MY] 

Courts: jurisdiction over Social Security benefits 
entitlements (see H. Res. 400), 12625 [5JN] 

Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 
9553 [6MY] 

de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 
469), 16505 [15JY] 

Dept. of Defense: establish commission to study 
consequences of atomic explosions (see H.R. 
5051), 23015 [USE] 

strengthen requirements for operational test- 
ing and evaluation of major acquisition programs 
(see H.R. 4682), 10523 [13MY] 

Dept. of Justice assets forfeiture fund: extend (see 
H.R. 5237), 22147 [15AU] 

Diplomats: provide security of personnel, facilities, 
and operations (see H.R. 4151), 4578 [12MR] 

Disaster Relief Act: establish cost sharing formulas 
for assistance (see H.R. 4934), 18670 [1AU] 



Drugs: combat international trafficking (see H.R. 
5352), 19744 [7AU] 

establish Federal programs for abuse (see 

H.R. 5334), 19116[5AU] 

Duvalier, Jean-Claude: return of funds and property 
illegally acquired (see H. Res. 388), 10524 
[13MY] 

Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 
582), 7367 [HAP] 

EEOC: require Federal entities to prohibit employ- 
ment discrimination (see H.R. 5165), 16503 
[15JY] 

Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 10215 
[8MY] 

protect voting rights (see H.R. 1453), 16326 

[14JY] 

Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 529), 2293 [19FE] 

Employment: establish commission to study salary 
replacement for leave in cases of birth, adoption, 
or serious health conditions (see H.R. 4300), 
17506 [23.1 Y] 

Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 
standards for gas and electric appliances (see 
H.R. 5465), 22367 [9SE] 

EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073), 
17693 [24JY] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 7690 
[16AP] 

Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 
Con. Res. 285), 2294 [19FE] 

Export Administration Act: prohibit exports to 
countries supporting terrorism (see H.R. 4135), 
3108 [27FE] 

FAA: review minimum standards governing safety 
and increase penalties for violations (see H.R. 
4424), 11625 [21MY] 

Federal Aviation Act: increase criminal penalties 
for failure to file reports and falsification of 
records (see H.R. 4403), 13526 [12JN] 

Federal Election Campaign Act: change certain 
contribution limits for congressional (see H.R. 
3799), 10990 [15MY] 

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: enforce 
food labeling requirements (see H.R. 4935), 16747 
[16JY] 

Firearms: amend U.S. Code (see H.R. 3155), 3854 
[6MR] 

prohibit manufacture and importation of cer- 
tain (see H.R. 4194), 3854 [6MR] 

prohibit sale, delivery, and importation of 

certain nonmetal (see H.R. 4223), 6057 [25MR] 

Food stamp plan: improve availability of benefits 
(see H.R. 4990), 18420 [31JY] 

Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
4121 [10MR] 

Foreign countries: prohibit furnishing of Stinger air 
defense guided missiles to paramilitary forces (see 
H.R. 4615), 11449 [20MY] 

Foreign trade: treatment of environmental and con- 
servation as aspects of open and fair international 
(see H.R. 4681), 11449 [20MY] 

Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 

Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 615), 12365 [4JN] 

Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
381), 4578 [12MR] 

Haiti: transition to democracy (see H. Res. 382), 
2978 [26FE] 

Hazardous substances: emergency response proce- 
dures (see H.R. 5396), 23670 [17SE] 

Holidays: establish commission to advise President 
on national observance (see H.R. 479), 13268 
[11JN] 



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Homeless: comprehensive aid package (see H R 

5140), 21736 [14AU] 
Insurance: facilitate ability of organizations to estab- 
lish risk retention groups (see H.R. 4301), 9553 
[6MY] 
Israel: congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Spain (see H. Res. 385), 3388 
[3MR] 
Japan: authorize Jpn. as abbreviation (see H. Con. 

Res. 290), 2293 [19FE] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 6932 [9AP] 
Key, Francis Scott: establish memorial (see H J 

Res. 435), 3108 [27FE] 
Kings River: designate as component of Wild and 
Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 4629), 7891 
[17AP] 
Korea, Republic of: restore civil and political rights 
to Kim Dae Jung and institute true democracy 
(see H. Con. Res. 261), 2496 [20FE] 
Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 716), 28332 [30C] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

18012 [29JY] 
Libya: no foreign tax credit shall be allowed (see 
H.R. 4680), 12129 [3JN] 

prohibit equipment contracts with firms in 

which it has interest (see H.R. 5066), 18012 
[29JY] 
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act: author- 
ize appropriations (see H.R. 4422), 7690 [16AP] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

531), 2979 [26FE] 
Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commis- 
sion: provide for continuation (see H.R 4528) 
8411 [22 AP] 
Medicare: sense of House regarding payment proc- 
essing (see H. Res. 468), 14298 [18JN] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 11625 
[21 MY] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
11625 [21MY] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 3649 [5MR] 
Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see H J 

Res. 345), 1503 [4FE] 
Narcotics: assistance from entertainment industry in 
combatting trafficking (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 
[14AU] 
strengthen efforts to encourage foreign coop- 
eration in eradicating crops and traffic (see H R 
5484), 22245 [8SE] 
NASA: authorize construction of a replacement or- 
biter (see H.R. 4860), 1 1448 [20MY] 

construction of orbiter (see H.R. 4103, 4104) 

3108 [27FE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 16326 [14JY] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 18670 [1AU] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 26076 [24SE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21JY] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 7892 [17AP] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693) 

22147 [15AU] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7892 [17AP] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 29387 [70C] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 2678 
[25FE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see HJ 
Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 



National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 23016 [USE] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J Res 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 583), 21131 [12AU] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 9212 [1MY] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res 90) 

17507 [23JY] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see HJ Res 

602), 25457 [23SE] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 17507 [23JY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 11449 
[20MY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17507 [23JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 11449 [20MY] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 6057 [25MR] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J Res 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 21736 [14AU] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 8888 [29AP] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National methanol energy policy: develop and co- 
ordinate efforts to implement (see H.R 3355) 
1779 [5FE] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 8412 [22AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 
National Poetry Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 311) 

2132 [18FE] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 17693 [24JY] 
National School Lunch Act: improve availability of 

benefits (see H.R. 4990), 18420 [31JY] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

484), 9146 [30AP] 
National Sheriffs Week: designate (see H. Res 182) 

6933 [9AP] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see HJ 

Res. 410), 23474 [16SE] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [HOC] 
Natural gas: establish competitive leasing and 
modify procedures for onshore Federal lands (see 
H.R. 4741), 23245 [12SE] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

9146 [30AP] 
Nicaragua: President to provide documents to 
House of Representatives relative to funds appro- 
priated for humanitarian assistance (see H Res 
395), 4268 [11MR] 
NIH: prevent grants to purchase animals from shel- 
ters for research (see H.R. 4871), 22366 [9SE] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res 709) 

24803 [19SE] 
NRC: conduct study of nuclear power reactor acci- 
dent at Chernobyl, Soviet Union (see H.R. 5121) 
17318 [22JY] 
Office of Civil Rights Assessment: establish (see 

H.R. 5179), 20744 [11 AU] 
Orphans and Foster Care Youth Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 729), 29387 [70C] 
Paraguay: support of an early transition to democ- 
racy (see H.J. Res. 673), 19745 [7AU] 



LEVINE, MEL 

Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 

[USE] 
Petroleum: establish competitive leasing and modify 
procedures for onshore Federal lands (see H R 
4741), 23245 [12SE] 
Philippines: initiation of free trade area negotiations 

(see H. Con. Res. 393), 28332 [30C] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 9212 [1MY] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status of implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see H.J. Res. 648), 24687 [18SE] 
Printing: reduce paperwork burden (see H.R. 3508) 

13526 [12JN] 
Public Health Service Act: authorize research on 
acquired immune deficiency syndrome in foreign 
countries (see H.R. 4914), 11948 [22MY] 

encourage and assist States in establishing 

protocols for identifying organ and tissue donors 
(see H.R. 4945), 15605 [25JN] 
Radioactive waste disposal: suspend site character- 
ization process for repository (see H.R 5423) 
21246 [13AU] 
Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 10990 [15MY] 
Recreation: provide for ski areas on national forest 

lands (see H.R. 4489), 5898 [21MR] 
Religion: impose criminal penalties for damage to 
property and persons in free exercise of rights 
(see H.R. 4980), 13266(1 UN] 
Romania: civil liberties (see H. Res. 447) 17507 

[23JY] 
Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H J 

Res. 385), 10990 [15MY] 

SALT Treaty: continued adherence to numerical 

sublimits (see H. Con. Res. 350), 13268 [11JN] 

San Diego County, CA: settlement of water rights 

claims of La Jolla, Rincon, San Pasqual, Pauma, 

and Pala Bands of Mission Indians (see H R 

4468), 5828 [20MR] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186) 

4578 [12MR] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186) 

4578 [12MR] 
Scientific research: dissemination of biomedical in- 
formation through technology (see H.R 5486) 
22246 [8SE] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 7893 
[17AP] 
Sec. of the Interior: clarify certain authorities (see 

H.R. 4568), 7126 [10AP] 
engage in water resource projects in territo- 
ries and commonwealths (see H.R. 4435) 5307 
[18MR] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

10), 26428 [26SE] 
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, MI: des- 
ignate as Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park (see 
H.R. 4053), 15287 [24JN] 
Social Security: permit States to provide coverage 
for poor elderly or disabled (see H.R. 4882) 
15287 [24JN] 
permit States to provide home and communi- 
ty based services to low-income with acquired 
immune deficiency syndrome (see H.R. 4915) 
11948 [22MY] 
permit States to purchase, construct, ren- 
ovate, or rent facilities for emergency shelter (see 
H.R. 4938), 16747 [16JY] 
— prohibit hearings relative to benefits involv- 
ing representative from certain Federal or State 
agencies (see H.R. 3854), 11184 [19MY] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 
Sound recording and reproducing: regulate home 
devices (see H.R. 2911), 22146 [15AU] 









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LEVINE, MEL 

South Africa: continuing acts of oppression (see H. 
Res. 462), 14079 [17JN] 

prohibit loans and other investments (see 

H.R. 4868), 12625 [5JN] 

urge to indicate willingness to engage in 

meaningful political negotiations (see H. Res. 
373), 7690 [16AP] 
Soviet Union: continued adherence to numerical 
sublimits of SALT Treaty (see H. Con. Res. 350), 
13268 [11JN] 

exchange of travel with leaders of U.S. (see 

H. Res. 116), 14079 [17JN] 
joint effort to achieve worldwide disease im- 
munization (see H. Res. 430), 17693 [24JY] 

NRC to conduct study of reactor accident at 

Chernobyl (see H.R. 5121), 17318 [22JY] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. Con. 
Res. 332), 11625 [21MY] 

support expanded cultural exchange (see H. 

Con. Res. 237), 5830 [20MR] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

646), 16505 [15JY] 
Spain: commend for commitment to democracy 

(see H.J. Res. 567), 6932 [9AP] 
congratulate for decision to establish diplo- 
matic relations with Israel (see H. Res. 385), 3388 
[3MR] 
State and local governments: grants for youth serv- 
ice projects (see H.R. 888), 29834 [80C] 
States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 7689 [16AP] 
Sub-Saharan Africa Natural Resource and Environ- 
mental Management Training and Education Act: 
enact (see H.R. 4908), 14297 [18JN] 
Taxation: allow homeowners to deduct prepaid in- 
terest on principal residence (see H.R. 4911), 
16967 [17JY] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business' cost of goods and services (see H. Res. 
404), 7893 [17AP] 
disallow deductions for advertising or pro- 
motion expenses to sales of tobacco products (see 
H.R. 3950), 499 [23JA] 

encourage graduation of student athletes (see 

H.R. 2620), 5566 [19MR] 

exclusion from gross income of citizens in 

Libya shall not apply (see H.R. 4680), 12129 
[3JN] 

extend solar energy residential and business 

credits (see H.R. 4045), 601 [28JA] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 5566 [19MR] 
Terrorism: authorize prosecution for attack on U.S. 
citizens abroad (see H.R. 4388), 13770 [16JN] 

grants to local governments for innovative 

plans for deep draft ports and international air- 
ports (see H.R. 3712), 2978 [26FE] 

President should convene summit to adopt 

unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 23015 
[USE] 
Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H. 

Con. Res. 244), 10991 [15MY] 
Trade adjustment assistance programs: extend (see 

H.R. 4109), 4269 [11MR] 
U.N. Participation Act: provide civil action for re- 
covery from persons engaging in torture (see 
H.R. 4756), 15605 [25JN] 
U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 
VA: adjudication of claims for benefits (see H.R. 
585), 12364 [4JN] 

prohibit Administrator from selling hospital 

land in California (see H.R. 4204), 17506 [23JY] 
Vatican City: sense of Congress to recognize Israel 
and establish diplomatic relations (see H. Con. 
Res. 306), 5898 [21MR] 
Volunteer workers: tribute, 14079 [17JN] 
Waldheim, Kurt: examine evidence relative to ac- 
tivities during World War II (see H. Res. 409), 
8477 [23AP] 
War crimes: search and appropriate judgment and 
prosecution (see H. Res. 408), 8213 [21 AP] 



Western regional export licensing office: establish 

(see H.R. 5443), 22144 [15AU] 
White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: provide for (see H.J. Res. 631), 15288 
[24JN] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 236 [22JA] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
Youth: make grants for suicide prevention programs 

(see H.R. 4650), 9553 [6MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Definitions 

Sensitive military weapons, 24718* [18SE] 
Letters 

Arrest of Nicholas Daniloff by Soviet Union: Nich- 
olas Daniloff, 25085* [19SE] 
Situation in the Soviet Union: Fred Schwartz, 
4010* [6MR] 
Remarks by, on 

Afghanistan Day: designate (S.J. Res. 272), 5786 

[20MR] 
Aged: tribute to Santa Monica, CA, bus crash vic- 
tims, 13647* [12JN] 
American Jewish Committee: George Slaff, tribute, 
12834* [5JN] 

Stanley Sheinbaum, tribute, 12831* [5JN] 

Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14249* 
[18JN] 

enact (H.R. 4868), Senate amendments, 

23126 [12SE] 

enact (H.R. 4868), veto, 27081 [29SE] 

Armenian Martyrs' Day: commemoration, 8732* 

[24AP] 
Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban, 2941* 

[26FE], 19929* [8AU] 
Arms Export Reform Act: enact (H.R. 5552), 

24717* [18SE] 
Arms sales: prohibit sale of certain missiles (H.J. 
Res. 589), 9717, 9719 [7MY] 

provide for joint resolutions of disapproval 

(S. 1831), 1325* [3FE] 
Atlanta, GA: Martin Luther King, Jr., national hol- 
iday observance at King Center for Nonviolent 
Social Change, 1789* [5FE] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2941* 

[26FE] 

Baker, Joey and Millie: recipients of Distinguished 

Service Award, Ketubah B'nai B'rith, CA, 

31232* [HOC] 

Beckh, Ruth and Karl: anniversary, 7233* [10AP] 

Bernstein, Ralph and Joseph: certify contempt 

report (H. Res. 384), 3060* [27FE] 
Beverly Hills, CA: Ernest Leff, tribute, 7240* 
[10AP] 

George Slaff, tribute, 12834* [5JN] 

Margery Tyre, tribute, 12013* [22MY] 

Books: Sherry Gottlieb, tribute, 22492* [9SE] 
Boy Scouts: Zev Yaroslavsky, tribute, 13042* [9JN] 
Bradley fighting vehicle: funding, 20704, 20711 
[11AU] 

testing problems, 26570* [26SE] 

Budget: deficit reduction proposals, 2069* [6FE] 
Business: Leonard and Bernard Shapiro, tribute, 

30390* [10OC] 
California: City of Hope tribute to Claire L. Roth- 
man, 12005* [22MY] 

Teresa P. Hughes, tribute, 13040* [9JN] 

Central America: economic assistance, 15545 [25JN] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5491 [19MR] 

reaffirm support for peaceful settlement (H. 

Con. Res. 283), 2039* [6FE] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 
658 [29JA], 1311* [30JA], 1447 [4FE], 1747 [5FE], 
1945, 2049* [6FE] 
Chemicals: alkyl nitrites and their isomers be treat- 
ed under Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act 
(H.J. Res. 660), 14470* [18JN] 
Chicago, IL: Joseph Roos, tribute, 3273* [27FE] 



Child Abuse Reporting and Clearinghouse Im- 
provements Act: enact (H.R. 2791), 18891* 
[8AU] 

enact (S. 1320), 18891* [8AU] 

Children's Justice Act: enact (S. 140), 18891* [8AUJ 
Comprehensive Campaign Finance Reform Act: 

enact (H.R. 5382), 20749* [11AU] 
Congress: provide for joint resolutions disapproving 

of arms sales (S. 1831), 1325* [3FE] 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 

9738 [7MY], 26064 [24SE] 
Continental Shelf: oil and gas leasing programs, 

18340* [31JY] 
Crime Victims Week: designate (H.J. Res. 570), 
8582* [23AP] 

designate (S.J. Res. 297), 8582* [23AP] 

Daniloff, Nicholas: arrest and indictment in Soviet 
Union, 25085* [19SE] 

imprisonment in Soviet Union (H. Res. 542), 

22641, 22645 [10SE] 
Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holo- 
caust: observance, 9536* [6MY] 
Defense procurement: funding levels, 20700 [11AU] 

reform, 19091, 19092 [5AU] 

Democratic Party: Mildred Rosenstein, tribute, 
14463* [18JN] 

Teresa P. Hughes, tribute, 13040* [9JN] 

Dept. of Defense: Air Force Contractor Productivi- 
ty Award to Northrop Corp., 9478* [5MY] 

authorizing appropriations for procurement, 

research, development, and working capital (H.R. 
4428), 19091, 19092, 19104 [5AU], 19929* [8AU], 
20700, 20704, 20711 [11AU], 21095, 21118* 
[12AU], 21647* [14AU] 

Bradley fighting vehicle testing problems, 

26570* [26SE] 

budget, 2069* [6FE] 

making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15545 [25 JN] 

prohibit sale of certain missiles and launchers 

to Saudi Arabia, 7217* [10AP] 
Dept. of State: travel advisory for U.S. citizens in 
foreign countries relative to attacks by terrorists 
supported by Libya (H. Con. Res. 270), 196* 
[21JA] 
Dept. of the Interior: Outer Continental Shelf Oil 

and Gas Leasing Program, 14749* [19JN] 
Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5234), 18340* [31JY] 
Drug abuse: Delancey Street Foundation, tribute, 

11085* [15MY] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 29632* [80C] 

role of vocational training, 33645* [170C] 

tribute to Rhodes Scholars, Benjamin and 

Elizabeth Sherwood, 2990* [26FE] 
tribute to Southern California Aerospace In- 
dustry Education Council, 28683* [30C] 
Edwards, Representative Mickey: death of cousin 

Ken Edwards, 26062-26064 [24SE] 
El Segundo, CA: J. Clark Devilbiss, tribute, 2051* 

[6FE] 
Elections: balance political action committees with 
individual participation (H.R. 5382), 20749* 
[11AU] 
Employment: shortage of skilled personnel, 33645* 

[170C] 
Families: middle-aged parents, 3247* [27FE] 
Federal Firearms Law Reform Act: enact (H.R. 

4332), 7080* [10AP] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (H.R. 2482), 24748 [19SE] 
Firearms: restrictions on sale (H.R. 4332), 7080* 

[10AP] 
Firearms Owners' Protection Act: enact (H.R. 945), 

7080* [10AP] 
Foreign relations: Nicaragua, 2987* [26FE], 5859* 

[20MR], 7582* [15AP] 
Foreign trade: U.S. policy, 11899* [22MY] 
Government spending: reduce, 2069* [6FE] 
Great Neck, NY: Fred Schwartz, tribute, 4010* 
[6MR] 



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Great Peace March: tribute, 4184* [10MR] 
Hermosa Beach, CA: Gary Brutsch, tribute, 7592* 
[15AP] 

George Barks, tribute, 7588* [15AP] 

Jack Wood, tribute, 7607* [15AP] 

Holocaust: commemoration, 9536* [6MY] 

House: legislative program, 12981 [9JN], 26061 

[24SE] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 
(H.R. 3810), 3001 1* [10OC] 

amend (H.R. 3810), conference report, 

31646* [170C] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 

11899* [22MY] 
Interstate commerce: transport of firearms, 7080* 

[10AP] 
Jarvis, Gregory B.: space program disaster, 658 

[29JA], 1447 [4FE], 2049* [6FE] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 4010* 

[6MR], 10974* [15MY] 
Labor unions: William Demers, tribute, 2458* 

(19FE] 
Libya: issue travel advisory on terrorism (H. Con. 
Res. 289), 2426* [19FE] 

operation of U.S. petroleum companies, 8741 

[28AP] 
prohibit production, marketing, or distribu- 
tion of oil by U.S. companies (H.R. 4847), 12976, 
12977, 12978 [9JN] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in the 

production, marketing, or distribution of oil 
(H.R. 4700), 8974* [29AP] 
Lincoln Brigade: Herman Rosenstein, tribute, 

14463* [18JN] 
Lions Club: Kit Cowdrey, tribute, 7236* [10AP] 
Los Angeles, CA: Great Peace March, 4184* 
[10MR] 

Mildred and Herman Rosenstein, tribute, 

14463* [18JN] 

Rita Walters, tribute, 13041* [9JN] 

Rocco Siciliano, tribute, 9708* [6MY] 

start of the Great Peace March, 3264* 

[27FE] 

William Demers, tribute, 2458* [19FE] 

Zev Yaroslavsky, tribute, 13042* [9JN] 

Lupus Awareness Month: designate (H.J. Res. 531), 

3751* [5MR] 
Marriage: Elliot and Adrienne Horwitch tribute, 

30121* [90C] 
Martin Luther King, Jr., national holiday: observ- 
ance, 515* [23JA], 1789* [5FE] 
McAuliffe, Sharon C. (Christa): space program dis- 
aster, 658 [29JA], 2049* [6FE] 
McNair, Ronald E.: space program disaster, 658 

[29JA], 1945, 2049* [6FE] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 
and traffic, 29632* [80C] 

national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22920 [USE] 
NASA: appropriations (H.R. 5495), 26049 [24SE] 
National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect: trib- 
ute, 18891* [8AU] 
Nevada Wilderness Protection Act: enact (H.R. 

3302), 9121 [30AP] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15545 [25JN], 

21647* [14AU] 
covert aid for military and paramilitary oper- 
ations, 2987* [26FE], 5859* [20MR], 7582* 
[15AP] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540), 

5491 [19MR] 

U.S. policy, 2987* [26FE], 5859* [20MR], 

7582* [15AP] 
Nobel Prize: Elie Wiesel, tribute, 30715 [140C] 
Northrop Corp.: Contractor Productivity Award 

from Air Force, 9478* [5MY] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 5224 [18MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22920 [USE], 29632* 
[80C] 
Omzuka, Ellison S.: space program disaster, 658 
[29JA], 2049* [6FE] 



Onsite Day Care Tax Credit Act: enact (H.R. 

4720), 9166* [30AP] 
Pacific Palisades, CA: Coco Weinraub, tribute, 
18587* [31JY] 

Kit Cowdrey, tribute, 7236* [10AP] 

Rubell Helgeson, tribute, 15304* [24JN] 

Peace: Great Peace March, 4184* [10MR] 

People Reaching Out for Peace, tribute, 

3264* [27FE] 
People Reaching Out for Peace: tribute, 3264* 

[27FE] 
Personal explanation, 4687* [13MR] 
Petroleum: operation of U.S. companies in Libya, 
8741 [28AP] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in the 

production, marketing, or distribution of oil in 
Libya (H.R. 4700), 8974* [29AP] 
Philippines: certify contempt report relative to 
Ralph and Joseph Bernstein (H. Res. 384), 3060* 
[27FE] 
Political action committees: balance with individual 
participation in general elections (H.R. 5382), 
20749* [11AU] 
Poppers: alkyl nitrites and their isomers be treated 
under Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act 
(H.J. Res. 660), 14470* [18JN] 
Redondo Beach, CA: Outer Continental Shelf Oil 

and Gas Leasing Program, 14749* [19JN] 
Resnik, Judith A.: space program disaster, 658 

[29JA], 1747 [5FE], 2049* [6FE] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 
(H. Con. Res. 350), 14685, 14686* [19JN] 

Reagan administration policy, 21118* 

[12AU] 
San Francisco, CA: Jesse and Joan Feldman, trib- 
ute, 30398* [10OC] 
Santa Monica, CA: tribute to elderly bus crash vic- 
tims, 13647* [12JN] 
Santa Monica Bay, CA: health effects of toxic con- 
tamination of fish (H.R. 4277), 3027 [27FE] 
Saudi Arabia: funding Nicaraguan Contras, 30161 
[10OC] 

prohibit purchase of certain missiles and 

launchers, 7217* [10AP] 

prohibit sale of certain defense articles and 

related defense services (S.J. Res. 316), unani- 
mous-consent agreement, 9738 [7MY] 

prohibiting sale of certain missiles (H.J. Res. 

589), 9717, 9719 [7MY] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: emigration from Soviet 

Union, 4010* [6MR] 
Scharansky, Anatoly and Avital: award Congres- 
sional Gold Medals (H.R. 4186), 10974* [15MY] 
Scobee, Francis R. (Dick): space program disaster, 

658 [29JA], 2049* [6FE] 
Smith, Michael J.: space program disaster, 658 

[29 J A], 2049* [6FE] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 14249* [18JN], 

23126 [12SE], 27081 [29SE] 
Southern California Aerospace Industry Education 
Council: tribute, 28683* [30C], 33645* [HOC] 
Soviet Union: arrest and indictment of Nicholas 
Daniloff, 25085* [19SE] 

compliance with SALT II Treaty, 14685, 

14686* [19JN] 

efforts of Jews to emigrate, 4010* [6MR], 

10974* [15MY] 

imprisonment of Nicholas Daniloff (H. Res. 

542), 22641, 22645 [10SE] 
Sports: baseball pitcher Don Sutton, tribute, 15619* 
[25JN] 

Monty Basgall, tribute, 28685* [30C], 

30138* [90C] 
Strategic defense initiative: funding, 21095 [12AU] 
Tax Compliance Act: enact (H.R. 4958), 13037* 

[9JN] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26280* [29SE] 
Taxation: credit for employers who provide onsite 
dependent care assistance (H.R. 4720), 9166* 
[30AP] 
Torrance, CA: James R. Armstrong, tribute, 5867* 
[20MR] 



LEVINE, MEL 

Thomas J. Keller, tribute, 9476* [5MY] 

Turkey: Armenian genocide, 8732* [24AP] 

United Stroke Foundation: Ernest Leff, tribute, 

7240* [10AP] 
University of California: Stanley Sheinbaum, trib- 
ute, 12831* [5JN] 
Venice, CA: tribute to Betsy, Sharon C. (Christa) 

McAuliffe's sister, 2049* [6FE] 
Votes: position on missed, 4687* [13MR] 
Wickes Companies: Sanford C. Sigoloff, tribute, 

10229* [8MY] 
Wilderness areas: inclusion of certain lands in Na- 
tional Wilderness Preservation System, 9121 
[30AP] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
43 [21JA], 497 [23JA], 658 [29JA], 1072 [30JA], 
1447 [4FE], 1747, 1777 [5FE], 1945, 2014 [6FE], 
2290 [19FE], 2941, 2976 [26FE], 3027 [27FE], 
3647 [5MR], 4120 [10MR], 5224 [18MR], 5491 
[19MR], 5786, 5825 [20MR], 5897 [21 MR], 6926 
[9AP], 7553 [15AP], 8475 [23AP], 8741 [28AP], 
8885 [29AP], 9121, 9144 [30AP], 9464 [5MY], 
10213 [8MY], 12121 [3JN], 12977, 12979, 12981 
[9JN], 13524 [12JN], 14295 [18JN], 14686, 14740 
[19JN], 15285 [24JN], 15545 [25JN], 18226 
[30JY], 19091 [5AU], 19950 [8AU], 20700 
[11AU], 21095 [12AU], 22641 [10SE], 23014 
[USE], 23126 [12SE], 24685 [18SE], 24748 
[19SE], 25455 [23SE], 26049, 26050* [24SE], 
26366 [25SE], 27081 [29SE], 28177 [20C], 29832 
[80C], 30115 [90C], 30161 [10OC], 30715, 31217 
[140C], 33156 [HOC] 
Leave of absence: granted, 3851 [6MR], 16964 

[17JY] 
Special order: granted, 4700 [13MR], 14740 [19JN], 
24800 [19SE] 
Reports 

Committee on Rules, 9738 [7MY] 
Dept. of Defense: President's Commission on De- 
fense Management (excerpts), 1 9092 [5AU] 
Statements 

U.S. and Central America — A 5-Year Assessment: 
University of Southern California conference par- 
ticipants, 5859* [20MR] 
Testimonies 
Dept. of the Interior Outer Continental Shelf Oil 
and Gas Leasing Program: Archie Snow, 14749* 
[19JN] 
Texts of 
H. Con. Res. 270, Dept. of State travel advisory for 
U.S. citizens in foreign countries relative to at- 
tacks by terrorists supported by Libya, 196* 
[21JA] 
H. Con. Res. 283, reaffirm support for peaceful 

settlement in Central America, 2039* [6FE] 
H. Con. Res. 289, issue travel advisory on Libyan- 
supported terrorism, 2426* [19FE] 
H.J. Res. 660, alkyl nitrites and their isomers be 
treated under Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 
Act, 14471* [18JN] 
H.R. 4700, prohibit U.S. companies from assisting 
in the production, marketing, or distribution of 
oil in Libya, 8974* [29AP] 
H.R. 4720, Onsite Day Care Tax Credit Act, 9166* 

[30AP] 
H.R. 5552, Arms Export Reform Act, 24718 [18SE] 
Tributes 
Armstrong, James R„ 5867* [20MR] 
Baker, Joey and Millie, 31232* [140C] 
Barks, George, 7588* [15AP] 
Basgall, Monty, 28685* [30C], 30138* [90C] 
Berg, Rick, 14711* [19JN] 
Brutsch, Gary, 7592* [15AP] 
Cawdrey, Ron, 3247* [27FE] 
Cowdrey, Kit, 7236* [10AP] 
Demers, William, 2458* [19FE] 
Devilbiss, J. Clark, 2051* [6FE] 
Edwards, Ken, 26062-26064 [24SE] 
Feldman, Jesse and Joan, 30398* [10OC] 
Gottlieb, Sherry, 22492* [9SE] 
Helgeson, Rubell, 15304* [24JN] 









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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Horwitch, Elliot and Adrienne, 30121* [90C] 

Hughes, Teresa P., 13040* [9JN] 

Keller, Thomas J., 9476* [5MY] 

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 23* [21JA], 515* [23JA], 

1789* [5FE] 
Leff, Ernest, 7240* [10AP] 
McKernan, Representative, 27405 [30SE] 
McMahon, Ed, 3247* [27FE] 
Nightingale, Duane, 23263* [12SE] 
Roos, Joseph, 3273* [27FE] 
Rosenstein, Herman, 14463* [18JN] 
Rosenstein, Mildred, 14463* [18JN] 
Rothman, Claire L., 12005* [22MY] 
Schwartz, Fred, 4010* [6MR] 
Shapiro, Leonard and Bernard, 30390* [10OC] 
Sheinbaum, Stanley, 12831* [5JN] 
Sherwood, Benjamin, 2990* [26FE] 
Sherwood, Elizabeth, 2990* [26FE] 
Siciliano, Rocco, 9708* [6MY] 
SigolofT, Sanford C, 10229* [8MY] 
Silbert, Mimi, 11085* [15MY] 
Slaff, George, 12834* [5JN] 
Sutton, Don, 15619* [25JN] 
Tyre, Margery, 12013* [22MY] 
Walters, Rita, 13041* [9JN] 
Weinraub, Coco, 18587* [31JY] 
Wiesel, Elie, 30715 [HOC] 
Wood, Jack, 7607* [15AP] 
Yaroslavsky, Zev, 13042* [9JN] 
LEVINE, SHARI L. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 29397 [70C] 
Reports 

Pond Snail, 29398 [70C] 
LEVINSOHN, SHARON A. 
Articles and editorials 

Toys for Tots Volunteer Program, 6164 [25MR] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 6164 [25MR] 
LEVINSON, DANIEL R. 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Governmental Affairs, 
20922 [12AU] 
LEVITAS, ELLIOTT H. (a former Representative 

from Georgia) 
Articles and editorials 

Give Stockman Credit but Only a Faint Cheer for 
Finally Telling Truth, by, Atlanta (GA) Journal 
and Constitution, 12513 [4JN] 
LEVITAS, FELIX AND MILA 
Remarks in Senate 

Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 25864 
[24SE] 
LEVITTOWN, PA 
Articles and editorials 

He Urges Levittown To Speak Its Piece, 1433 
[3FE] 
Remarks in House 

Earley, Tom: tribute, 1433 [3FE] 
LEVY, JANE 
Articles and editorials 

Restless Witness, 32617 [160C] 
LEVY, STEPHEN 
Letters 

Capital gains differential, 14117 [17JN] 
LEW MALNAK ASSOCIATES 
Bills and resolutions 
Relief (see S. 2275) 

refer S. 2275 to Claims Court (see S. 2275) 

Remarks in Senate 

Relief (S. 2275), 7009 [9AP] 
Texts of 
S. 2275, relief, 7009 [9AP] 

S. Res. 378, refer S. 2275 to U.S. Claims Court, 
7035 [9AP] 
LEWES, DE 
Essays: Voice of Democracy 

Maul), Karen E., 8992 [29AP] 
LEWIS, ALBERT B. 
Articles and editorials 

Faulty Protection — Current Insolvency Laws Insuf- 
ficient and in Need of Reform, 16787 [17JY] 



LEWIS, ANTHONY 

Articles and editorials 

Perceiving South Africa, 13887 [16JN] 
LEWIS, AUDREY O 
Amendments 

Relief (H.R. 1010), 32612, 32663 [160C], 32790 
[HOC] 
Remarks in House 

Relief (H.R. 1010): Senate amendments, 32790 
[170C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Relief (H.R. 1010), 32663 [160C] 
LEWIS, AYANA 
Essays 

If I Lived in a Peaceful World — Dr. Martin Luther 
King Dream, 6809 [8AP] 
LEWIS, DREW 
Statements 

Acid Rain, 164 [21JA] 
LEWIS, EDWARD D. 
Letters 

Wage and employment conditions for flight attend- 
ants at Trans World Airlines: NAACP, 23247 
[12SE] 
LEWIS, FLORA 
Articles and editorials 

Chicken or Egg?, 2645 [24FE] 
Serenity Vote, 2045 [6FE] 
Soviet S.D.I. Fears, 4001 [6MR] 
Time To Agree, 8264 [22AP] 
Why Not a Test Ban?, 646 [28JA] 
LEWIS, JAMES T. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 29401 [70C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 32547 [160C] 
LEWIS, JERRY 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 2452 [19FE] 
LEWIS, JERRY (a Representative from California) 
Appointments 

Board of Visitors to the U.S. Air Force Academy, 

662 [29JA] 
Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 
28705 [60C] 

H.R. 5203, legislative branch appropriations, 

22093 [15AU] 

H.R. 5313, making appropriations for Dept. 

of HUD and independent agencies, 28705 [60C] 
Delegation to attend memorial service for space 
shuttle Challenger crew members, 1058 [30JA] 
Articles and editorials 

History Belies Her Prophecy, John Pitney, Jr., 
Washington (DC) Times, 9359* [1MY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Chon, Young S.: relief (see H.R. 4550), 6930 [9AP] 
Lower Colorado Water Supply Bill: enact (see 
H.R. 5028), 13525 [12JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agricultural Act: make deficiency payments for 
crops of wheat and feed grains (see H.R. 4909), 
13269 [11JN] 
American Armored Force: monument in Arlington, 

VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 27426 [30SE] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 22367 [9SE] 
Appropriations: increase amounts under Federal 
disaster and emergency programs (see H.R. 
4224), 2677 [25FE] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 1780 [5FE] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4057), 3388 [3MR] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

9146 [30AP] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 4578 [12MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1358 [3FE] 



designate seven moons of Uranus in honor of 

crew members (see H.J. Res. 508), 1503 [4FE] 
Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 

4567), 7126 [10AP] 
Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment 
of Civilians: implement recommendations (see 
H.R. 442), 30218 [10OC] 
Committee on Intelligence (Joint): establish (see 

H.J. Res. 7), 9553 [6MY] 
Communications Act: clarify policies to view satel- 
lite-transmitted television programming (see H.R. 

1840), 3854 [6MR] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 

(see H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 
Consumers: promote interest and ensure free flow 

of products in interstate commerce (see H.R. 

4766), 9775 [7MY] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

4578 [12MR] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 

(see H. Res. 540), 23245 [12SE] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [HAP] 
Elections: time limits for completion of recounts for 

House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 12624 

[5JN] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 14078 [17JN] 
Employment: stimulate through rural enterprise 

zones (see H.R. 4913), 13526 [12JN] 
ERISA: permit options in provisions of certain 

health benefits (see H.R. 1375), 24802 [19SE] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

6058 [25MR] 
Federal employees: forfeiture of retirement benefits 

upon conviction of felony (see H.R. 3388), 10990 

[15MY] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 

2132 [18FE] 
Franco-American War Veterans, Inc.: grant charter 

(see H.R. 1666), 10215 [8MY] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8213 

[21AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

381), 4704 [13MR] 
Housing and community development: temporary 

extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 

14297 [18JN] 
Indian Economic Development Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3597), 11948 [22MY] 
International Astronomical Union: designate moons 

near planet Uranus for crew of Apollo I (see H. 

Con. Res. 277), 2017 [6FE] 
International trade: reform laws (see H.R. 4830), 

10989 [15MY] 
Job Training Partnership Act: encourage delivery 

of services to dislocated farmers (see H.R. 5062), 

14741 [19JN] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

10216 [8MY] 
Libya: express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8213 

[21AP] 
travel advisory relative to terrorist attack of 

U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 270, 289), 48 

[2 1 J A], 2293 [19FE] 
Local governments: grant discretion to assign mail- 
ing addresses to sites within their jurisdictions 

(see H.R. 3582), 4578 [12MR] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 5308 [18MR] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 11449 [20MY] 



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Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see H.J 

Res. 345), 704 [29JA] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

651), 25457 [23SE] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 21247 [13AU] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 33159 [HOC] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 26076 [24SE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21 J Y] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 61 1), 20744 [1 1AU] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

29387 [70C] 
National Association of State Directors of Veter- 
ans' Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024), 
19951 [8AU] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7690 [16AP] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7892 [17AP] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 26370 [25SE] 
National Ceramic Arts Month: designate (see H.J 

Res. 661), 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 2678 
[25FE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J 

Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 8888 [29AP] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

602), 25374 [22SE] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 11449 [20MY] 
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17507 [23JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 19745 [7AU] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 15772 [26JN] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 5076 [17MR] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

266), 4578 [12MR] 
National Hemophilia Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 254), 236 [22JA] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 28180 [20C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

586), 23474 [16SE] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 23474 [16SE] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 19745 [7AU] 
National observances: establish commission to 

advise President (see H.R. 479), 1357 [3FE] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 27552 [IOC] 
National Park System: commemorative structure to 
promote understanding, knowledge, opportunity, 
and equality for all people (see H.J. Res. 666), 
15771 [26JN] 



National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 28179 [20C] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 451), 3108 [27FE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 502), 8213 [21AP] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 29387 [70C] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

484), 8477 [23AP] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J 

Res. 655), 18012 [29JY] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 
National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

642), 16327 [14JY] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 28179 [20C] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see H.J 

Res. 640), 12130 [3JN] 
Natural gas: promote competition, open access to 
transportation, and encourage production (see 
H.R. 4604), 8213 [21AP] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

9146 [30AP] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 5566 
[19MR] 
Partnerships in Education Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 564), 20744 [11AU] 
Peace Corps: anniversary (see H. Res. 546), 23015 

[USE] 
Petroleum: revitalize oil and gas production (see 

H.R. 5596), 26369 [25SE] 
Poland: oppose participation in the IMF (see H.J. 

Res. 624), 9552 [6MY] 
President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 
on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 22147 
[15AU] 
President's Council on Health Promotion and Dis- 
ease Prevention: establish (see H.R. 4723), 23473 
[16SE] 
Reagan, President: meeting with Mikhail Gorba- 
chev in Reykjavik, Iceland (see H. Res. 575), 
28824 [60C] 
Riverside, CA: authorize construction of a salinity 

laboratory (see H.R. 5215), 17317 [22JY] 
San Diego County, CA: settlement of water rights 
claims of La Jolla, Rincon, San Pasqual, Pauma, 
and Pala Bands of Mission Indians (see H.R 
4468), 13269 [11JN] 
SBA: establish within Dept. of Commerce (see 

H.R. 4621), 7891 [17AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

9146 [30AP] 
Sec. of Agriculture: exercise authority to accept 
bids from producers for diverting acreage in 
return for payments (see H. Con. Res. 360), 
14742 [19JN] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

9553 [6MY] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

10), 2017 [6FE] 
Social Security: make permanent and improve bene- 
fits to individuals who work despite severe medi- 
cal impairment (see H.R. 4450), 9211 [1MY] 
Soviet Union: persecution of members of Ukrainian 
and public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. 
Con. Res. 332), 14079 [17JN] 
President Reagan meeting with Mikhail Gor- 
bachev in Reykjavik, Iceland (see H. Res. 575), 
28824 [60C] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

646), 16747 [16JY] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 



LEWIS, JERRY 

deductions for medical and dental expenses 

should not be greater than 5% of adjusted gross 
income (see H. Con. Res. 355), 18908 [4AU] 

repeal windfall profit (see H.R. 5318), 18669 

[1AU] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 12624 [5JN] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H J 

Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

499), 236 [22JA] 
World Health Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 426), 

1074 [30JA] 
World Health Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 426) 

1074 [30JA] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 549), 10524 [13MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Motions offered by 

Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), confer- 
ence report, 32104 [150C] 
Proclamations 

Willie Mays Day: George Deukmejian, Governor 
of California, 8998* [29AP] 
Remarks by, on 

Alta Loma, CA: Douglas Hodge, tribute, 17700* 

[24JY] 
American Diabetes Association: Inland Empire 
Chapter tribute to Irving L. Spratt, 12299* [3JN] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 26328 
[25SE] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 738), conference 

report, 32010, 32104, 32122 [150C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 751), 30165 [10OC] 

Barstow, CA: Circle K Club garden dedication to 
Challenger (space shuttle) astronauts, 11961* 
[22MY] 
Boy Scouts: Ben Clark, tribute, 16285* [26JN] 

John D. Lusk, tribute, 22204* [15AU] 

Mary S. Wilson, tribute, 19608* [6AU] 

Robert O Townsend, tribute, 22209* [15AU] 

Roy Rogers, tribute, 16285* [26JN] 

Brentwood, CA: John D. Lusk, tribute, 22204* 

[15AU] 
California State University, San Bernardino, CA: 

tribute to James H. Urata, 10248* [9MY] 
Challenger (space shuttle): sorrow of House relative 
to in-flight disaster (H. Res. 361), 597 [28JA] 

space program disaster, 11961* [22MY] 

Dept. of Defense: Air Force flight safety record, 

4005* [6MR] 
Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5313), 23172 [12SE] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 29612 [80C] 
Government spending: reduce, 17981, 17982, 17989 

[29JY] 
Ivezaj, Peter: imprisonment in Yugoslavia, 30166 

[10OC] 
J.C. Penney Co.: Jim Sivelle, tribute, 1812* [5FE] 
Legislative branch: making appropriations (H.R. 
5203), 17972, 17976, 17981, 17982, 17989 [29JY] 
Libya: involvement in Nicaragua, 7659 [16AP] 
Loma Linda, CA: Hulda Crooks, tribute, 30451* 

[10OC] 
Loma Linda University: Varner J. Johns, Jr., trib- 
ute, 12302* [3JN] 
Lower Colorado Water Supply Act: enact (H R 
5028), 15205 [24JN] 

enact (H.R. 5028), Senate amendments, 

31981 [150C] 
Music: Douglas Hodge, tribute, 17700* [24JY] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 
and traffic, 29612 [80C] 






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LEWIS, JERRY 

national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22662, 22671, 22701 [10SE], 22915, 22932, 
22952 [USE] 

NASA: appropriations (H.R. 5495), 26051 [24SE] 

Challenger (space shuttle) disaster, 11961* 

[22MY] 

Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras, 7659 
[16AP] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601), 

7623 [16AP] 

Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22662, 22671, 22701 
[10SE], 22915, 22932, 22952 [USE], 29612 [80C] 

San Bernardino, CA: Harold R. Chandler, tribute, 
20181* [8AU] 

Jim Sivelle, tribute, 1812* [5FE] 

W.R. (Bob) Holcomb, tribute, 2574* [20FE] 

San Bernardino County, CA: Irving L. Spratt, trib- 
ute, 12299* [3JN] 

Mary S. Wilson, tribute, 19608* [6AU] 

Robert O. Townsend, tribute, 1013* [29JA], 

22209* [15AU] 

San Bernardino County, CA, Bar Association: Paul 
Shimoff, tribute, 27120* [29SE] 

Robert J. Bierschbach, tribute, 28684* [30C] 

Sports: Willie Mays Day, 8998* [29AP] 

Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 
report, 26197 [25SE] 

Urata, James H.: tribute, 10248* [9MY] 

Victor Valley Union High School District, CA: 
William A. Tarr, tribute, 13644* [12JN] 

Victorville, CA: Roy Rogers, tribute, 16285* 
[26JN] 

Water Resources, Conservation, Development, and 
Infrastructure Improvement and Rehabilitation 
Act: enact (H.R. 6), conference report, 33083 
J170C] 

Willie Mays Day: observance, 8998* [29AP] 

Yugoslavia: imprisonment of Peter Ivezaj, 30166 
[10OC] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
702 [29JA], 1777 [5FE], 2494 [20FE], 7688 
[16AP], 8885 [29AP], 9209 [1MY], 10213 [8MY], 
11623 [21MY], 12121 [3JN], 13524 [12JN], 15765 
[26JN], 17690 [24JY], 17972 [29JY], 19115 [5AU], 
19743 [7AU], 22141 [15AU], 22736 [10SE], 23469 
[16SE], 26197 [25SE], 27115 [29SE], 28177 
[20C], 30216 [10OC], 31981 [150C] 

Special order: granted, 29832 [80C] 
Reports 

Committee on Appropriations, 1494 [4FE] 

Foreign Travel Expenditures, 1494 [4FE] 
Tributes 

Bierschbach, Robert J., 28684* [30C] 

Chandler, Harold R., 20181* [8AU] 

Chappie, Representative, 33930* [6NO] 

Clark, Ben, 16285* [26JN] 

Crooks, Hulda, 30451* [10OC] 

FitzGerald, Frances, 9359* [1MY] 

Gabriel, Charles A., 4005* [6MR] 

Hodge, Douglas, 17700* [24JY] 

Holcomb, W.R. (Bob), 2574* [20FE] 

Johns, Varner J., Jr., 12302* [3JN] 

Loeffler, Representative, 29358 [70C] 

Lusk, John D„ 22204* [15AU] 

Mays, Willie, 8998* [29AP] 

Rogers, Roy, 16285* [26JN] 

Rowe, Art, 23843* [17SE] 

Shimoff, Paul, 27120* [29SE] 

Sivelle, Jim, 1812* [5FE] 

Spratt, Irving L., 12299* [3JN] 

Stein, Ed and Ethel, 33936* [6NO] 

Stueve, Edgar E., 23848* [17SE] 

Stueve, Elmer A., 23848* [17SE] 

Stueve, Harold J., 23848* [17SE] 

Tarr, William A., 13644* [12JN] 

Townsend, Robert O., 1013* [29JA], 22209* 
[15AU] 

Wilson, Mary S., 19608* [6AU] 
LEWIS, KATHY 
Articles and editorials 

Houstonian de Menil Given Medal of Arts, 16970 
[17JY] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



LEWIS, MARVIN E. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1021 [29 J A] 
LEWIS, MORT R. 
Letters 

U.S. policy in Chile, 21268 [13AU] 
LEWIS, NANCY 
Articles and editorials 

Patient Gets "$800,000 in Insurance Suit, 1 1094 
[15MY] 

U.S. Worker Arrested in Student Loan Case After 
Long Search, 4368 [1 1MR], 5365 [19MR] 
LEWIS, NEIL A. 
Articles and editorials 

House Votes Bill To Cut Off Investment in South 
Africa; Strikes by Blacks Multiply, 15611 [25JN] 
LEWIS, SAMUEL W 
Articles and editorials 

Egypt-Israel Treaty 7 Years Later, 7349 [HAP] 
LEWIS, TOM (a Representative from Florida) 
Addresses 

My Pledge to America: David Codell, 13170* 
[10JN] 
Appointments 

Delegation to attend memorial service for space 
shuttle Challenger crew members, 1058 [30JA] 

Funeral Committee of Joseph P. Addabbo, 7363 
[HAP] 
Articles and editorials 

Mexican Agent Slain on Order From Mexican 
People, Washington (DC) Times (excerpts), 1477 
[4FE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Big Cypress National Preserve Addition, FL: estab- 
lish (see H.R. 4090), 1073 [30JA] 

Budget: exclude civil service retirement and disabil- 
ity fund (see H.R. 4228), 2678 [25FE] 

National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 562), 4268 [11MR] 

OPIC: prohibit supporting financially the export of 
citrus crops (see H.R. 4423), 5076 [17MR] 

Patience (vessel): permit to be employed in coast- 
wise trade and fisheries (see H.R. 5224), 17317 
[22JY] 

Space program: name of shuttle orbiter shall be 
selected by elementary and secondary students 
(see H.J. Res. 559), 4121 [10MR] 

VA: contract for health care in areas inaccessible to 
medical facilities (see H.R. 4660), 8410 [22AP] 

establish contract for health care in areas 

served by West Palm Beach VA Medical Center 
(see H.R. 5585), 26075 [24SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: eligibility of noncitizens for price sup- 
port programs (see H.R. 4519, 4520), 10523 
[I3MY] 

loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 310), 

9147 [30AP] 

Airport and airways trust fund: unobligated balance 
ceiling (see H.R. 5325), 21736 [14AU] 

Alzheimer's disease: designation of 20 regional cen- 
ters for treatment (see H.R. 524), 19117 [5AU] 

Angola Loan Restriction Act: enact (see H.R. 
4145), 12364 [4JN] 

Annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 
5600), 32156 [150C] 

Armed Forces: consolidate medical health care 
system (see H.R. 1136), 18670 [1AU] 

Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 
(see H.J. Res. 504), 7127 [10AP] 

Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 2015 [6FE] 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025, 4057, 4075), 2594 [24FE], 25457 [23SE], 
26076 [24SE] 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 
8477 [23AP] 

Budget: constitutional amendment relative to proce- 
dures (see H.J. Res. 643), 24803 [19SE] 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1358 [3FE] 



designate seven moons of Uranus in honor of 

crew members (see H.J. Res. 508), 2132 [18FE] 

NASA plaque for astronauts (see H.J. Res. 

516), 4578 [12MR] 

Chemicals: alkyl nitrites and their isomers treat as a 
duty under Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 
Act (see H.J. Res. 660), 19745 [7AU] 

Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act: grants to 
States (see H.R. 5100), 28332 [30C] 

Children: protect rights of victims of abuse (see 
H.R. 5000), 13267 [11JN] 

Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 13074 [10JN] 

China, People's Republic of: prohibit sale of inte- 
grated avfonics system kits (see H.J. Res. 592, 
593), 10216 [8MY] 

China, Republic of: sale of advanced aircraft (see 
H.J. Res. 592), 10216 [8MY] 

Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
2293 [19FE] 

Communications Act: encoding of satellite-transmit- 
ted programming (see H.R. 3989), 9776 [7MY] 

restrict obscene and indecent communica- 
tions by phone (see H.R. 4439), 15287 [24JN] 

Communist countries: require President to report all 
loans, guarantees, credits, and grants (see H.R. 
1345), 5076 [17MR] 

Constitution: line-item veto on appropriations (see 
H.J. Res. 49, 139), 9776 [7MY] 

Copyright: conveyance of right to perform publicly 
syndicated television programs without right to 
perform accompanying music (see H.R. 3521), 
5308 [18MR] 

Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 
4578 [12MR] 

Dept. of Justice: establish program to fund State 
medical malpractice programs which comply 
with Federal standards (see H.R. 2659), 1074 
[30JA] 

Dept. of Justice assets forfeiture fund: extend (see 
H.R. 5237), 21131 [12AU] 

Disaster Relief Act: establish cost sharing formulas 
for assistance (see H.R. 4934), 21131 [12AU] 

Drug abuse: policies of colleges and universities on 
use of illegal narcotics among students (see H. 
Res. 519), 18011 [29JY] 

Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 
582), 7367 [HAP] 

Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 19460 
[6AU] 

Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 529), 9146 [30AP] 

Eximbank: prohibit extensions of credit to Commu- 
nist countries (see H.R. 97), 9145 [30AP] 

Export Administration Act: place restrictions on 
exporting crude oil from Cook Inlet, AK (see 
H.R. 3817), 8762 [28AP] 

prohibit exports to countries supporting ter- 
rorism (see H.R. 4135), 2594 [24FE] 

Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5497), 22737 [10SE] 

Federal aid programs: provide States incentive to 
encourage health care professional liability 
reform (see H.R. 3865), 9776 [7MY] 

Federal Aviation Act: prohibit alcoholic beverages 
on flights to persons under 21 years of age (see 
H.R. 4558), 10523 [13MY] 

Federal Election Campaign Act: change certain 
contribution limits for congressional (see H.R. 
3799), 8888 [29AP] 

Federal employees: authorize alternative manage- 
ment systems for scientific and technical person- 
nel (see H.R. 3480), 11625 [21MY] 

Fisheries: monitor, assess, and reduce the adverse 
impacts of drift nets (see H.R. 5208), 19952 
[8AU] 

Foreign trade: agreement with EEC on citrus and 
pasta (see H. Res. 550), 23244 [12SE] 






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Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Government: contracts with private sector for pro- 
curement of property and services (see H.R 
3357), 13073 [10JN] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14297 [18JN] 
Inland waterways trust fund: shall not be included 

in budget (see H.R. 4344), 8411 [22AP] 
Inspection of mail: strengthen enforcement of plant 
and animal quarantine laws (see H.R. 5601), 
26370 [25SE] 
Insurance: facilitate ability of organizations to estab- 
lish risk retention groups (see H.R. 4301), 9553 
[6MY] 
Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 

(see H.R. 4524), 8888 [29AP] 
IRS: apply 3-year basis recovery rule to employees' 

annuities (see H.R. 5599), 29834 [80C] 
Jewish Heritage Week: proclamation (see H.J. Res 

606), 8212 [21AP] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 
Lasker, Mary: special gold medal (see H.R. 4153), 

23245 [12SE] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

8888 [29AP] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 
Con. Res. 313), 6930 [9AP] 

prohibit equipment contracts with certain 

firms (see H.R. 5066), 22147 [15AU] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

531), 15772 [26JN] 
Medicare: alternative liability system for medical 

malpractice (see H.R. 3084), 1074 [30JA] 
hold States harmless against decrease in pay- 
ment rates (see H.R. 4876), 15287 [24JN] 

payment for therapeutic shoes for individuals 

with diabetic foot disease (see H.R. 2543), 7892 
[17AP] 
sense of House regarding payment process- 
ing (see H. Res. 468, 471), 14298 [18JN] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 552), 22246 [8SE] 
Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167) 
5898 [21 MR] 
Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 
NASA: appropriations (see H.R. 5495), 22737 
[10SE] 

review and implement report by National 

Commission on Space (see H.R. 5366), 19951 
[8AU] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 21247 [13AU] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 4269 [1 1MR] 
National Air Traffic Control Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 231), 14297 [18JN] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21JY] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

29387 [70C] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7690 [16AP] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7556 [15AP] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H J 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 18420 [3 1JY] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 737), 26370 [25SE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 17318 
[22JY] 
National Community Education Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 583), 17507 [23 JY] 



National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 12625 [5JN] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 12625 [5JN] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

602), 8888 [29AP] 

National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 619), 15605 [25JN] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 

National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 27426 [30SE] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

433), 2294 [19FE] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

234), 6930 [9AP] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

266), 6931 [9AP] 
National High-Tech Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 707), 32156 [150C] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

586), 6929 [9AP] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 23474 [16SE] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 21736 [14AU] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 6932 [9AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 8763 [28AP] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National Quality Improvement Award: establish 

(see H.R. 5321), 18669 [1AU] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

484), 8477 [23AP] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 
National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Telecommunicators' Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 536, 649), 5308 [18MR], 13770 [16JN] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [HOC] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

9146 [30AP] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
14742 [19JN] 
NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

25457 [23SE] 
Nursing homes: protection of elderly in institution- 
alized long-term care facilities (see H.R. 5067) 
21247 [13AU] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule for pensions (see 
H.R. 5600), 32156 [150C] 
Packers and Stockyards Act: remedy burdens on 
commerce in poultry products (see H.R. 5061), 
17318 [22JY] 
Partnerships in Education Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 564), 7893 [17AP] 
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: label 
commodities with name of country of origin (see 
H.R. 4950), 16747 [16JY] 
Phobia Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

535), 10990 [15MY] 
President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 
on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 22147 
[15AU] 
Product Liability Risk Act: include coverage lines 

of insurance (see H.R. 5225), 18228 [30JY] 
Product Liability Risk Retention Act: facilitate es- 
tablishment of risk retention and purchasing 
groups (see H.R. 4442), 8763 [28AP] 



LEWIS, TOM 

Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R 
4388), 10523 [13MY] 
Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 4578 [12MR] 
Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H.J. 

Res. 385), 2979 [26FE] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 8412 [22AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly. gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

3108 [27FE] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

3108 [27FE] 
Sec. of Agriculture: determine manner and frequen- 
cy of inspection of meat products (see H.R 
4683), 8477 [23AP] 
exercise authority to accept bids from pro- 
ducers for diverting acreage in return for pay- 
ments (see H. Con. Res. 360), 14742 [19JN] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

9553 [6MY] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

10), 5829 [20MR] 
Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633), 18420 [31JY] 
make permanent and improve benefits to in- 
dividuals who work despite severe medical im- 
pairment (see H.R. 4450), 11625 [21MY] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H. 
Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 

limit number of nationals serving mission to 

U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 23670 [17SE] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

646), 16747 [16JY] 
Square dance: designate as the national folk dance 

(see H.J. Res. 316), 2017 [6FE] 
State and local governments: reimbursement to 
agencies for costs in investigations and recovery 
of Federal taxes (see H.R. 3136), 704 [29JA] 
States: recommend measures for medical cost and 
quality control (see H. Res. 386), 3388 [3MR] 
Sugar: provide entry only from friendly developing 
countries and restore quota for Philippines (see 
H.R. 5512), 27551 [IOC] 
Taxation: administer 3-year basis recovery rule (see 

H.R. 5604), 30218 [10OC] 
affirming intent of Congress to oppose in- 
crease (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 

allow homeowners to deduct prepaid interest 

on principal residence (see H.R. 4849), 12625 
[5JN] 

deductibility of contributions to retirement 

accounts (see H. Res. 476), 15773 [26JN] 

provide for safeguarding of taxpayers' rights 

(see H.R. 831), 2978 [26FE] 

reform legislation should not take effect 

before date of enactment (see H. Con. Res. 299), 
9147 [30AP] 

treatment of certain air transportation (see 

H.R. 4884), 22246 [8SE] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H J 

Res. 684), 23474 [16SE] 
VA: improve benefits for ex-POWs, 13269 [11JN] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to call (see H.J. 
Res. 244), 6931 [9AP] 
White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: convene (see H.J. Res. 631), 19952 
[8AU] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 

commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 4268 [11MR] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 549), 10524 [13MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Poems 

"Villain Crack," Catrena Gunsby, LaBelle (FL) Ca- 
loosa Belle, 33597* [170C] 



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Remarks by, on 

Aliens: status adjustment for Cubans and Haitians, 

30063 [90C] 
Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife 

Refuge, FL: designate (S. 511), 32181 [160C] 
Big Cypress National Preserve, FL: addition (H.R. 

4090), 1318* [30JA], 17794 [28JY], 17860* [28JY] 
Budget: exclude Federal retirement and disability 

funds from unified budget (H.R. 4228), 2671 

[25FE], 2780* [25FE] 
CCC: funding, 2893 [26FE] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 

4189* [10MR] 
Dept. of Agriculture: making urgent supplemental 

appropriations (H.J. Res. 534), 2893 [26FE] 
Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5234), 18596* [31JY] 
Dept. of the Treasury: disinvestment of Social Se- 
curity trust fund, 17290* [22JY] 
Drug abuse: cocaine, 33597* [170C] 
EEC: agreement on tariffs, 22048 [15AU] 
Federal employees: exclude retirement and disabil- 
ity funds from unified budget (H.R. 4228), 2671 

[25FE], 2780* [25FE] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act: amend (H.R. 2482), 25073* [19SE], 25723* 

[23SE] 
Florida: nutrition education efforts, 22748* [10SE] 
Foreign trade: agreement on tariffs with EEC, 

22048 [15AU] 
Health: veterans' benefits, 8552* [23AP] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 

(H.R. 3810), 30063 [90C] 
Lithuania: independence anniversary, 1437* [3FE] 
Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, FL: rename 

to Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National 

Wildlife Refuge (H.R. 1438), 8863 [29AP] 
Memorial Day: observance, 13170* [10JN] 
Mexico: narcotic traffic, 1477 [4FE] 
Narcotics: cocaine, 33597* [170C] 

drug abuse, 22740* [10SE] 

national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22666* [10SE] 

traffic, 1477 [4FE] 

NASA: appropriations (H.R. 5495), 26050 [24SE] 
name of shuttle orbiter shall be selected by 

elementary and secondary students (H.J. Res. 

559), 4189* [10MR] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (H.J. Res. 

562), 4380* [11 MR] 

designate (S.J. Res. 293), 9108 [30AP] 

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: 

funding, 18596* [31JY] 
NSF: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 4184), 15694 

[26JN] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 5232 [18MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22641, 22666* [10SE] 
OPIC: prohibit financial support of export of citrus 

crops (H.R. 4423), 5088* [17MR] 
Palm Beach County, FL: Lithuanian American 

Community of the USA, tribute, 1437* [3FE] 
Personal explanation, 584* [27JA], 6829, 6839 

[9AP], 18596* [31JY], 25073* [19SE], 25723* 

[23SE] 
Putnam County, FL: Sec. of Agriculture to release 

reversionary interest in certain land (H.R. 5492), 

30774 [140C] 
Research: NSF funding, 15694 [26JN] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (H.R. 5050), 17290* [22JY] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26567* [26SE] 
Terrorism: protection of U.S. citizens and installa- 
tions abroad, 5232 [18MR] 
T&M Ranch, Indiantown, FL: Angel of the World 

Christmas ornament, 32170 [160C] 
VA: contracting of health care for certain patients 

(H.R. 4660), 8330 [22AP] 
Veterans: health care benefits, 8552* [23AP] 
Votes: position on missed, 584* [27JA], 6829, 6839 

[9AP], 25073* [19SE], 25723* [23SE] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
1072 [30JA], 2671 [25FE], 4120 [10MR], 4266 
[11MR], 6926 [9AP], 8330, 8407 [22AP], 8863 
[29AP], 13072 [10JN], 15694 [26JN], 17817 
[28JY], 18226 [30JY], 22048 [15AU], 22641, 22736 
[10SE], 25455 [23SE], 26050 [24SE], 30063 
[90C], 30774 [HOC], 32170 [160C] 
Leave of absence: granted, 24800 [19SE] 
Reports 
Committee on Appropriations, 12122 [3JN] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 12122 [3JN] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Illegal immigration and drug distribution: Florida 
Sheriffs Association, 22740* [10SE] 
Tributes 
Fuqua, Representative, 27108* [29SE] 
Ispanky, Laszlo, 32170 [160C] 
LEWISTON, ID 
Letters 

Clearwater River dredging project: Dept. of De- 
fense, 5154 J18MR] 
LEWISTON, ME 
Articles and editorials 

Kelsey Orestis — Champion of Rights for the Men- 
tally 111, 15165 [24JN], 16634 [16JY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Orestis, Kelsey: tribute, 15165 [24JN] 
LEWISTON (ME) SUN 
Articles and editorials 

Kelsey Orestis — Champion of Rights for the Men- 
tally 111, 15165 [24JN] 
LEWISTOWN (MT) NEWS-ARGUS 
Articles and editorials 

Our Indian Reservation System Has Failed To Help 
the Indians, 3238 [27FE] 
LEWISVILLE DAM, TX 
Bills and resolutions 

Real property: convey (see H.R. 4120) 
LEXINGTON, KY 
Petitions 

Food Security Act: National Association of Secre- 
taries of State, 11949 [22MY], 12076 [2JN] 
LEXINGTON, NC 
Remarks in Senate 

Henderson, Mary R.: tribute, 5444 [19MR] 
LEXINGTON (KY) HERALD-LEADER 
Articles and editorials 

Cumberland Jail Closed Over Lack of Insurance, 

11797 [21 MY] 
Insurance Crisis in Kentucky, 11797 [21MY] 
Insurance Loss is Threatening Town Services, 9787 

[7MY] 
Liability Policy Lapse Leaves Most UK Personnel 

Uninsured, 9788 [7MY] 
Value of Kentucky Farmland at Lowest Level 

Since 1979, 13666 [13JN] 
Vegetable Co-Ops Feed Farmers' Hopes, 13667 
[13JN] 
LEXINGTON-BLUEGRASS ARMY DEPOT, KY 
Letters 

Lexington-Bluegrass Army Depot and chemical 
munitions: Dept. of Defense, 19487, 19488 [6AU] 

Senator Ford, 19488 [6AU] 

Remarks in Senate 

Chemical warfare: place restrictions on storage and 
demilitarization of chemical agents (S. 662), 
19487 [6AU] 
Texts of 
S. 662, place restrictions on storage and demilitari- 
zation of chemical agents used in munitions, 
19487 [6AU] 
LEYTE LANDING DAY 
Bills and resolutions 

Designate (see H.J. Res. 591) 
Remarks in House 

Designate, 7222 [10AP] 
LIABILITY see Courts; Insurance 
LIABILITY INSURANCE see Insurance 
LIABILITY INSURANCE REFORM ACT 
Analyses 

Provisions (S. 2752), 21379-21383 [13AU] 



Remarks in Senate 

Enact (S. 2752), 20925 [12AU] 
Texts of 

S. 2752, provisions, 20927 [12AU] 
LIABILITY RISK RETENTION ACT 
Motion 

Enact (H.R. 5225): pass S. 2129 in lieu, 25407 
[23SE] 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 5225), 17504 [23 JY], 25399-25407 
[23SE], 26583 [26SE], 29839 [80C] 

S. 2129 passed in lieu, 25407 [23SE] 

Texts of 

H.R. 5225, provisions, 25399-25402 [23SE] 
LIBERIA, REPUBLIC OF 
Bills and resolutions 

Economic assistance: conditions (see H. Res. 367) 
Remarks in House 

Economic assistance: U.S. policy (H. Res. 367), 

2113 [18FE] 
Military assistance: U.S. policy (H. Res. 367), 2113 
[18FE], 2116 [24FE] 
Statements 

U.S. Policy Toward Liberia: Dept. of State, 2114 
[18FE] 
Texts of 
H. Res. 367, U.S. economic and military assistance, 
2113 [18FE] 
LIBRARIES 
Amendments 

National School Library Month: designate (S.J. 

Res. 52), 1975 [6FE] 
Presidential libraries: reduce operating costs (H.R. 
1349), 5908, 5910, 5946 [21MR], 10469 [13MY] 
Articles and editorials 

Pratt's Next Century, 417 [23JA] 
Taking the Presidency to the People, 26868 [27SE] 
Bills and resolutions 

Librarian of Congress: appointment (see H.R. 4320) 
National Agricultural Library: statutory authority 
(see H.R. 5697) 
Letters 

Impact of budget reductions on the Library of Con- 
gress: Frederic J. Glazer, 12724 [5JN] 
National Library Week: President Reagan, 6905 
[9AP] 
Lists 

Impact of budget reductions on library services, 
6908, 6910 [9AP] 
Remarks in House 

Boston, MA: Special Libraries Association confer- 
ence, 13184 [10JN] 
Budget: funding, 8558 [23AP] 
Library of Congress: impact of budget reductions, 

3576 [4MR] 
National Library Week: observance, 6904, 6905- 

6920 [9AP], 7236, 7244 [10AP] 
National School Library Month: designate (S.J. 

Res. 52), 1974 [6FE] 
Presidential libraries: reduce operating costs (H.R. 
1349), 10469 [13MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Baltimore, MD: anniversary of Enoch Pratt Free 

Library, 417 [23JA] 
Education: solution to illiteracy problem, 28558 

[30C] 
Grossenburg, Blanche: tribute, 17950 [29JY] 
Library of Congress: exempt certain programs from 
sequestration under Balanced Budget and Emer- 
gency Deficit Control Act (S. 2276), 7009-7012 
[9AP] 

funding, 12723 [5JN] 

impact of budget reductions, 5997 [24MR] 

National School Library Month: designate (S.J. 

Res. 52), 6602 [27MR] 
Presidential libraries: benefits, 26868 [27SE] 

reduce operating costs (H.R. 1349), 5908 

[21 MR] 
Rochester: tribute to public library, 12805 [5JN] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to convene (S.J. 
Res. 112), 5188 [18MR] 



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1559 



Reports filed 

Designate National Literacy Day: Committee on 

the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 363), 14595 [19JN] 
Designate National Reading Is Fun Week: Commit- 
tee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 286), 5664 [20MR] 
Presidential Libraries Operating Cost Reduction: 
Committee on Governmental Affairs (H.R. 1349) 
(S. Rept. 99-257), 4044 [7MR] 
Statements 

Government Publications — An Endangered Species: 

American Library Association, 6912 [9AP] 
Impact of Budget Reductions on the Library of 
Congress: Daniel J. Boorstin, 3576 [4MR], 5997 
[24MR], 6906 [9AP] 
Tables 
Summary of appropriation recommendations for 
Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 6909 
[9AP] 
Texts of 
S. 2276, exempt certain Library of Congress pro- 
grams from sequestration under Balanced Budget 
and Emergency Deficit Control Act, 7012 [9AP] 
S J. Res. 52, National School Library Month, 1974 
[6FE] 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
Addresses 

Berne Convention: Ralph Oman, 22463 [9SE] 
Analyses 

Application of Section 4{f) of the Department of 
Transportation Act to Interstate Route H-3 (ex- 
cerpt), 25598 [23SE] 
Civil Service Retirement— Capital Accumulation 
Plans for Federal Employees, 11304-11310 
[20MY] 
Constitutionality of Federal Tort Reform: Henry 
Cohen, 25479 [23SE] 
Appointments 

American Folklife Center: members, 11127 [19MY] 
Articles and editorials 

Boorstin Pleads for Library— Panel Urged To Vote 

18% Budget Increase, 4075 [7MR] 
Down to Basics, 4072 [7MR] 
Drying Up an Oasis, 4071 [7MR] 
Fiscal Book-Burning, 4073 [7MR] 
Gramm-Rudman— An Early Casualty, 4073 [7MR] 
Gramm-Rudman's Mindless Music, 2264 [19FE] 
Library of Congress Backers Say Reduced Budget 
May Close the Books on Some National Treas- 
ures, 4075 [7MR] 
Library of Congress Chief Warns of a Disaster 

From Budget Cuts, 4076 [7MR] 
Library of Congress Users Are Unhappy About 

Curtailed Hours, 4071 [7MR] 
Library of Congress— Keep It Open, 4072 [7MR] 
Library Suffers— Budget Cuts Hinder Quest for 

Knowledge, 4074 [7MR] 
My Home Is Desk 131, 4072 [7MR] 
Our Own Poet Laureate, 4469 [12MR] 
Paradise, 4073 [7MR] 
Poetic Choice, 4469 [12MR] 
Semi-Library of Congress, 9681 [6MY] 
Threat to Library, 4074 [7MR] 
Woman in Plaid, 4073 [7MR] 
Bills and resolutions 

American Folklife Center: authorize (see S. 2673) 

Budget: exempt certain activities and programs 

from Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit 

Control Act's sequestration orders (see S. 2276) 

Librarian of Congress: appointment (see H.R. 4320) 

Communications from 

Copyright Office records system: report, 12075 

(EC3235) [2JN], 12623 (EC3650) [5JN] 
Professional and scientific positions: report, 46 

(EC2535) [21JA] 
Report, 15285 (EC3772) [24JN], 16369 (EC3415) 
[14JY] 
Letters 

American Folklife Center: Daniel J. Boorstin, 17240 

[22JY] 
Impact of budget reductions: Frederic J. Glazer, 

12724 [5JN] 
Year of the Reader: Daniel J. Boorstin, 21399 
[13AU] 



Lists 

Impact of budget reductions on library services, 
6908 [9AP] 
Memorandums 

Comments on the Dershowitz Memorandum: Con- 
gressional Research Service, 3044-3047 [27FE] 
Defense Buildup: Congressional Research Service, 

32426 [160C] 
Distribution of Judgment Funds for the Cow Creek 
Band Umpqua Tribe of Indians: Elizabeth B. 
Bazan, 33721 [180C] 
Legal Obligations To Preserve Client Confidences 
of Joseph Bernstein, Ralph Bernstein, and Wil- 
liam Deyo: Alan M. Dershowitz, 3055, 3058-3059 
[27FE] 
NATO Allies and the Issue of Continued U.S. Ob- 
servance of SALT II Limits, 7693 [16AP] 
Reducing the Risks of Nuclear War — Crisis Escala- 
tion Control Capabilities, 21726, 21729 [14AU] 
U.S. Steel Imports From Countries That Have No 
Raw Steel-Making Capability, 1465 [4FE] 
Opinions 
Collective bargaining for House restaurant employ- 
ees, 11933 [22MY] 
Remarks in House 

American Folklife Center: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4545), 23401 [16SE] 
Books for the Blind: production of braille edition of 

Playboy magazine, 26975 [29SE] 
Budget: impact of reductions, 3576 [4MR], 4511 

[12MR] 
Congressional Research Service: impact of budget 

reductions, 2263 [19FE] 
Natural resources: Congressional Research Service 

study relative to subsidization, 3007 [26FE] 
Warren, Robert Penn: Poet Laureate, 7602 [15AP] 
Remarks in Senate 

American Folklife Center: authorize (S. 2673), 

17240 [22JY] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt from sequestration (S. 2276), 7009- 
7012 [9AP] 
Budget: impact of reductions, 4071 [7MR], 5997 

[24MR], 9681 [6MY] 
Federal Funded Research and Development Center 

for Strategic Defense, 19558, 19559 [6AU] 
Funding, 12723 [5JN] 
Oman, Ralph: tribute, 22463 [9SE] 
Warren, Robert Penn: appointment as Poet Laure- 
ate of the U.S., 4468 [12MR] 
Reports 

Budget Procedure (excerpt), 7565 [15AP] 
Compliance With the SALT I Interim Agreement 

(excerpt), 3862-3864 [6MR] 
Coverage of Senate Floor Proceedings (excerpt), 

17889 [29JY] 
Forest Service and Road Construction (excerpt), 

22430 [9SE] 
GATT— World Trade Talks, 24699-24701 [18SE] 
Laws Impacted by Sale of Power Marketing Ad- 
ministrations: Congressional Research Service, 
7224 [10AP] 
National Uniformity for Pesticide Residue Toler- 
ances: Library of Congress, 28928 [60C] 
Senate Television— Its Impact on Senate Floor Pro- 
ceedings, 17256-17262 [22JY] 
Social Security Disinvestment (excerpt), 13286 

[11JN] 
Soviet Compliance Behavior — The Record on the 
SALT I and II Agreements on Offensive Arms: 
Charles Gellner, 3867-3870 [6MR] 
T-46 Trainer Aircraft (excerpt), 33172 [170C] 
Use of U.S. Armed Forces in Foreign Countries, 
4394, 4397^401 [12MR] 
Reports filed 
American Folklife Center Appropriations: Commit- 
tee on Rules and Administration (H.R. 4545), 
27685 [IOC] 
Statements 

Impact of Budget Reductions on the Library of 
Congress: Daniel J. Boorstin, 3576 [4MR], 5997 
[24MR], 6906 [9AP] 
Public Access to Government Proceedings: Daniel 
J. Boorstin, 3153 [27FE] 



LIBYA, ARAB REPUBLIC OF 

Stauffer Chemical Co. v. PPG Industries, 25845 
[24SE] 

Congressional Research Service, 28979 

[60C] 
Studies 

Farm Income Taxation Under the Finance Commit- 
tee Tax Bill, 13111-13113 [10JN] 
Media Coverage Devoted to the War in Afghani- 
stan, 29580-29583 [80C] 
Treatymaking and the Constitutional Role of the 
Senate (excerpt), 17753 [25JY] 
Tables 
U.S.-Soviet Geneva Arms Control Talks— propos- 
als: Charles R. Gellner, 33615 [170C] 
Testimonies 
Library of Congress Budget Reductions: Daniel J. 
Boorstin, 10980 [15MY] 
Texts of 
H.R. 4545, American Folklife Center appropria- 
tions, 23401 [16SE] 
S. 2276, exempt from Balanced Budget and Emer- 
gency Deficit Control Act sequestration, 7012 
[9AP] 
LIBYA, ARAB REPUBLIC OF 
Addresses 

International Terrorism: Yitzhak Shamir, 15657 

[26JN] 
Libya and Gulf of Sidra Dispute: Representative 
Stokes, 7754 [16AP] 

Senator Stafford, 7754 [16AP] 

U.S. Assistance to Contras: Yitzhak Shamir, 15524 
[25JN] 
Articles and editorials 

Action Against Libya in Step With U.S. Heritage, 

8033 [17AP] 
Alone but Right, 11096 [15MY] 
America Is Now Engaged in a New Kind of War, 

8227 [21AP] 
Anti-Terrorist Help for Britain, 9698 [6MY] 
Attack of Unseemly Rhetoric, 9219 [1MY] 
Bearing the Burden, 8730 [24AP] 
Call for Joining the Libyan Arab Armed Forces 

(excerpt), 33651 [170C] 
Chinese Envoy Calls U.S. Bombing Terrorism, 

8897 [29AP], 12033 [22MY] 
Congress— Bypassed Again, 6794 [8AP] 
Don't Just Stand There, 1806 [5FE] 
Ecuadoran Guerrillas Widening International Links, 

15525 [25JN] 
End Terrorism, 1742 [5FE] 
Europeans' Qaddafi Cowardice, 9157 [30AP] 
Fact and Comment, 9474 [5MY] 
Fiat Owners Seek Libya's Big Stake, 8815 [28AP] 
Fiat's Libyan Ties May Poison U.S. Business, 8814 

[28AP] 
Focus on Libya — Whose Deception Plan?, 32558, 

32560 [160C] 
How To Fight Terror From the Air, 10739 [14MY] 
In Defense of Our Civilization, 8239 [21AP] 
Instead, Be Covert, 9357 [1MY] 
Libya, the Covert Option and Intelligence Over- 
sight (sundry), 11452-11455 [20MY] 
Libya Blamed in Raid on Chad's Capital, 2644 

[24FE] 
Libyan Clash — National Interest v. National Pas- 
sion, 10117 [8MY] 
Libyan Epilogue, 17046 [21JY] 
Libya's Band of Thugs, 3220 [27FE] 
Libya's Cash Flow— Western Deposits Help Gad- 
dafi Survive, 15982 [26JN] 
Libya— The Consequences of Military Action, 

1 1260 [20MY] 
Libya— U.S. Military Response to Terrorist Acts, 

8533 [23AP] 
Loose-Linked Network of Terror— Separate Acts, 

Ideological Bonds, 8988-8989 [29AP] 
Malta (excerpts), 1310 [30JA] 

Malta Says Libya Got a Tip on Raid— Leader Says 
His Control Tower Warned Tripoli of U.S. Jets, 
33652 [170C] 
Malta-Libya Relations Are Reported to Cool, 33652 
[HOC] 






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Media Snatches Defeat From Jaws of Victory, 8378 

[22AP] 
Message to Khadafy, 9478 [5MY] 
More Than Ground Zero, 10316 [12MY] 
New Attacks Could Doom Hostages, 8957 [29AP] 
Peter Kilburn Should Not Be Dead Today, 8544 

[23AP] 
Public Strongly Backs Libyan Attack but Opposes 

Aid to Nicaragua Rebels, 15557 [25JN] 
Putting Stop to Terrorism, 8840 [28AP] 
Reagan Wins the Day as Libya Is Denounced, 

10221 [8MY] 
Real Strategy in the Libya Bombing, 13274 [UJN] 
Reason Fails With Qaddafi, Bombs May Get His 

Attention, 8837 [28AP] 
Recent Attack on Libya Was Justified, 8842 [28AP] 
Reflections on Terror, 12289 [3JN] 
Roar of European Hypocrisy, 8240 [21AP] 
Safeguarding Our Freedoms as We Cover Terrorist 

Acts, 8222 [21AP] 
Sanction That Would Pinch Qaddafi, 519 [23JA] 
Several Libyans Expelled by Greece, Official 
Says — Move Called "Signal" of Stricter Policy, 
13406 [1 UN] 
Tapping Libya With "Sledgehammer", 9154 [30AP] 
Terror vs. the Third World, 1 1983 [22MY] 
Terrorism— How the West Can Win, 8005-8009 

[17AP] 
Terrorists— Today's Gangsters, 8990 [29AP] 
This Ally Is True, 12529 [4JN] 
Time To Agree, 8264 [22AP] 
Trade Threat From Europe, 8033 [17AP] 
U.S. Won't Tolerate Libyan Lawlessness, 11245 

[19MY] 
Village of the Living Dead, 23272 [12SE] 
When an Ally Asked for Help, France Looked the 
Other Way, 9151 [30AP] 
Bills and resolutions 

Defense contracts: prohibit engineer equipment ac- 
quisitions to firms partially controlled by Libya 
(see H.R. 5066) 
Defense procurement: prohibit contracts to firms 
financially controlled by Libyan Government or 
nationals (see H.R. 4773) 
Foreign trade: deny foreign tax credit during na- 
tional emergency (see S. 2364; H.R. 4680) 
Great Britain: cooperation in U.S. military response 

to terrorist acts (see H. Res. 424) 
House: President to provide certain documents and 

information (see H. Res. 603) 
International waters: U.S. legitimate right to self- 
defense (see H. Con. Res. 312) 
Lorain, OH: commemorative service for Fernando 
A. Ribas-Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence (see H. 
Res. 492) 
Petroleum: participation by U.S. companies in pro- 
duction and marketing (see H.R. 4847) 

prohibit production and marketing assistance 

by U.S. companies (see H.R. 4700) 
Reagan, President: certain documents and informa- 
tion provided to the House (see H. Res. 603) 
Taxation: income of certain U.S. citizens working 

abroad (see S. 2364; H.R. 4680) 
Terrorism: commending President Reagan for meas- 
ures taken to discourage acts (see H. Res. 358) 

travel advisory for countries failing to take 

actions against Libyan-supported attacks against 
U.S. citizens (see H. Con. Res. 270, 289) 
Thatcher, Margaret: thank for British support of 
U.S. military response to Libyan terrorist acts 
(see S. Res. 412) 
U.N.: expulsion (see H. Con. Res. 313, 323) 

reduction of personnel and restrictions on 

activities (see H. Con. Res. 324) 
War Powers Act: application to U.S. raid (see S. 
Con. Res. 365) 
Chronologies 
Contribution to advance notice of anticipated 
Libyan raid: administration spokesmen, 10355- 
10358 [13MY] 
Communiques 

Maltese foreign policy (excerpts), 1311 [30JA] 
Letters 

Economic sanctions against Libya: Representative 
dinger, 1323 [3FE] 



French policy: Emmanuel de Margerie, 9637 [6MY] 
Libyan actions and the War Powers Act: Commit- 
tee on Foreign Affairs, 6794 [8AP] 
Nicaraguan policy toward U.S. and toward Libya: 
Jose Daniel Ortega to Muammar Qaddafi, 9010 
[29AP] 
Memorials of legislature 

California, 16326, 16372 [14JY] 
Illinois, 18227 [30JY], 18770 [1AU] 
Louisiana, 16374 [14JY] 
Oklahoma, 9211 [1MY], 9650 [6MY] 
South Carolina, 9646 [6MY] 
Papers 

Libya Under Qaddafi— A Pattern of Aggression: 
Dept. of State, 7446-7448 [15AP] 
Petitions 

Foreign relations: Synod of the Northeast, 18908 

[4AU] 
Prohibiting use of French airspace to U.S. pilots: 
New Orleans, LA, City Council, 11313 [20MY] 
Support for U.S. air raid on Libya: Spotswood, NJ, 

22753 [10SE] 
U.S. military response to terrorist acts: New Orle- 
ans, LA, City Council, 11313 [20MY] 

United Church of Christ, 11949 [22MY] 

Remarks in House 

America (U.S.S.): use in U.S. military response to 

Libyan terrorist acts, 12820 [5JN] 
Business: prohibit foreign credits or deductions for 
taxes paid to Libya during national emergency 
declaration (H.R. 4680), 8446 [23AP] 

tax treatment of certain oil companies, 9487 

[6MY] 

U.S. oil company operations, 8741 [28AP] 

U.S. taxes, 8996 [29AP] 

China, People's Republic of: response to U.S. mili- 
tary response to Libyan terrorist acts, 9168 
[30AP] 
Dept. of Defense: award of contract to firm partly 
owned by Libya (H. Con. Res. 315), 9711 [7MY], 
10463 [13MY], 10466 [19MY] 
Europe: response to U.S. military action against 

Libyan terrorist acts, 7832, 7834 [17AP] 
Foreign Airport Security Act: implementation, 8988 

[29AP] 
Foreign countries: response to U.S. military actions 

against Libyan terrorist acts, 8060 [18AP] 
Foreign relations: allegations of U.S. disinformation 
policy, 28150 [20C] 

Gulf of Sidra dispute, 6036-6037-6038, 6043 

[25MR], 6177 [25MR], 6793 [8AP] 
information concerning Libyan political ac- 
tivities and U.S. policy, 32709, 32711 [170C] 

U.S. policy, 6 [21JA], 1322 [3FE], 6036-6037 

[25MR], 7832 [17AP], 8741 [28AP] 
Foreign trade: economic sanctions, 1323 [3FE], 

8380 [22AP] 
France: international relations, 2644 [24FE] 
Great Britain: recognizing friendship and assistance 
relative to military response to Libyan terrorism 
(H. Res. 424), 7665 [16AP], 9455 [5MY], 12528 
[4JN] 

thanks for assistance during U.S. air strike 

(H.J. Res. 424), 11096 [15MY] 
Greece: expulsion of suspected Libyan terrorists, 

13405 [11JN] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 4759), 

23271 [12SE] 
International Airport Security Act: enact, 518 

[23JA] 
Malta: Libyan factor in U.S. relations, 33651 
[170C] 

political situation, 1310-1311 [30JA] 

Nicaragua: Libyan military shipments, 7527 [15AP] 

policy, 5453-5560 [19MR] 

relations, 7834 [17AP] 

Petroleum: prohibit production, marketing, or dis- 
tribution of oil by U.S. companies (H.R. 4847), 
12976 [9JN] 

prohibit U.S. companies from assisting in the 

production, marketing or distribution (H.R. 
4700), 8974 [29AP] 
Presidential Summit Against International Terror- 
ism: enact, 27343 [20C] 



Spotswood, NJ: support for U.S. aid raid on Libya, 

22752 [10SE] 
Taxation: prohibit exclusion from gross income of 
earnings of U.S. citizens during national emergen- 
cy (H.R. 4680), 8446 [23AP] 
Terrorism: actions by Western European govern- 
ments, 16748 [16JY] 

activities, 10256, 10260 [9MY], 11452 

[20MY], 12033 [22MY], 12528 [4JN] 

aviation safety, 10738 [14MY] 

boycott countries who did not support U.S. 

military response to Libyan terrorist acts, 7832 
[17AP] 
commend President Reagan for implementa- 
tion of economic embargo (H. Res. 358), 222 
[22JA] 

international meeting, 12289 [3JN] 

international statement at economic summit, 

10221 [8MY] 

role of press in coverage, 8222 [21AP] 

travel advisory for U.S. citizens in foreign 

countries regarding Libyan-supported attacks (H. 
Con. Res. 270), 196 [21JA] 

travel advisory for U.S. citizens in foreign 

countries regarding Libyan-supported attacks (H. 
Con. Res. 289), 2426 [19FE] 

U.S. economic sanctions, 15645 [25JN], 

33658 [HOC] 

U.S. military response, 7525-7531, 7584, 7593, 

7597 [15AP], 7822, 7823 [16AP], 7832, 7834-7836, 
8015, 8033, 8043, 8050 [17APJ, 8060 [18AP], 8227 
[21AP], 8330, 8331, 8377, 8380, 8422, 8428 [22AP], 
8578 [23AP], 8730 [24AP], 8837, 8840, 8842 [28AP], 
8974, 8994, 9009 [29AP], 9151, 9154, 9157 [30AP], 
9357 [1MY], 9474, 9478 [5MY], 9698 [6MY], 10221 
[8MY], 10653 [14MY], 12528 [4JN], 12820 [5JN] 

U.S. policy, 1806 [5FE], 22237 [8SE], 22319 

[9SE] 
U.N.: calling for expulsion, 6834 [9AP] 

membership, 8994 [29AP] 

Vanuatu: diplomatic relations, 11126 [19MY] 
Remarks in Senate 
China, People's Republic of: reaction to U.S. air 

strike, 8897 [29AP] 
Contracts: exclude hostile foreign governments 
from procurement opportunities (S. 2152), 3968 
[6MR], 10325 [12MY] 
Dept. of State: disinformation program, 30222 

[10OC], 32558 [160C] 
Europe: reaction of allies to U.S. air strike, 7926 

[17AP], 8264 [22AP] 
Fiat Co.: sale of Libyan stock, 26097 [25SE] 
Fiat S.P.A. Corp.: agreement to ensure that defense 
business profits do not go to Libya, 21465 
[14AU] 
Foreign relations: Gulf of Sidra dispute, 6059, 6060 
[25MR], 6270 [26MR], 10117 [8MY] 

impact of U.S. air strike, 11260 [20MY] 

Foreign trade: deny foreign tax credit during na- 
tional emergency (S. 2364), 8684 [24AP] 
Great Britain: express gratitude to Margaret 
Thatcher relative to Libyan situation (S. Res. 
412), 11764[21MY] 
Lebanon: U.S. hostages, 8957 [29AP] 
Reagan, President: notification of U.S. air strikes, 

7707 [16AP] 
Taxation: income of certain U.S. citizens working 

abroad (S. 2364), 8684 [24AP] 
Terrorism: economic sanctions, 3219 [27FE] 

U.S. military response, 7260 [HAP], 7391 

[14AP], 7438, 7439, 7443, 7444, 7449, 7473-7476, 
7483, 7521 [15AP], 7694, 7696, 7699, 7761 
[16AP], 7927, 8005 [17AP], 8091, 8092, 8104, 
8143, 8145 [21AP], 8533 [23AP], 9218 [1MY], 
9646 [6MY], 9934 [7MY], 10116, 10117 [8MY], 
10316 [12MY], 10354 [13MY] 

U.S. policy, 1742 [5FE], 11634 [21MY] 

U.S. proposal at economic summit confer- 
ence in Tokyo, Japan, 9372, 9376 [5MY] 
Thatcher, Margaret: commendation for support in 
Libyan action, 7761 [16AP] 



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1561 



Tunisia: threat, 7947 [17AP] 
Reports 

Notification of Use of U.S. Air and Naval Forces in 
Libya: President Reagan, 7707 [16AP] 
Sermons 

Terrorism: F. Forrester Church, 9225 [1MY] 
Statements 

Aid to Contras: Muammar Qaddafi (excerpt), 5529 

[19MR] 
Corrosive Effect of Disinformation on Open Politi- 
cal Systems: Lawrence Eagleburger (excerpt), 
32709 [HOC] 
Libya and Gulf of Sidra Dispute: Syrian Delegation 
to the Inter- Parliamentary Union, 7754 [16AP] 
Libyan Actions and the War Powers Act: Repre- 
sentative Fascell, 6793 [8AP] 
Libyan Terrorism: Joseph V. Reed, 8143 [21AP] 
Reaction to U.S. Air Strike: Saudi Arabia, 9018 

[30AP] 
Sanctity of Borders: Muammar Qaddafi, 7948 

[17AP] 
Saudi Arabia and the U.S. Interests in the Middle 
East: representative of Libyan Government, 
12652 [5JN] 
Striking a Blow for U.S. Power: National Jewish 

Coalition, 9935 [7MY] 
Terrorism and Libya: Margaret Thatcher, 11764 

[21 MY] 
Terrorists and Drug Smugglers Take Note — We've 

Had Enough: Senator Hawkins, 8065 [18AP] 
Terrorists Cowardly Attack on TWA Airliner: 

Warren Klug, Jr., 7836 [17AP] 
West European Steps Taken Against Libya: Bureau 
of European and Canadian Affairs, 16748 [16JY] 
Testimonies 
Counterterrorism: John Whitehead (excerpts), 8423 
[22AP] 
Texts of 
H. Con. Res. 270, travel advisory for U.S. citizens 
in foreign countries regarding Libyan-supported 
terrorism, 196 [21 J A] 
H. Con. Res. 289, travel advisory for U.S. citizens 
in foreign countries regarding Libyan-supported 
terrorism, 2426 [19FE] 
H. Con. Res. 315, defer award of certain Dept. of 

Defense contracts, 10463 [13MY] 
H. Res. 424, recognizing friendship and assistance 
of Great Britain relative to U.S. military response 
to Libyan terrorism, 7665 [16AP], 9455 [5MY] 
H.R. 4700, prohibit U.S. companies from assisting 
in the production, marketing or distribution of 
oil, 8974 [29AP] 
H.R. 4847, prohibit production, marketing, or distri- 
bution of oil by U.S. companies, 12976 [9JN] 
S. 2364, tax treatment of income of U.S. business 

and U.S. citizens, 8684 [24AP] 
S. Res. 412, express gratitude to the United King- 
dom and Margaret Thatcher relative to Libyan 
situation, 11763 [21 MY] 
LICENSES 
Bills and resolutions 

Sportfishing: proposed Federal licensing fee (see S. 
Res. 405) 
Remarks in Senate 

Sportfishing: Federal licensing fee (S. Res. 405), 
10426 [13MY] 
LICHENSTEIN, CHARLES M. 
Statements 

South West Africa— SWAPO/Platinum Connec- 
tion, 8969 [29AP] 
LICHTBLAU, JULIA 
Articles and editorials 

Cultural Movement, 33587 [170C] 
LICHTENSTEIN, DANIEL M 
Letters 

Gorbachev letters, 18137-18140 [30JY] 
LICKEY, HAROLD 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1011 [29JA] 
LIDDAR, BHUPINDER S. 
Articles and editorials 

Visit to South Africa, 20181-20183 [8AU] 



LIDINSKY, RICHARD 

Statements 

Eddie Garmatz, 18008 [29JY] 
LIEBENOW, ROBERT C. 
Letters 

Authority for States to set uniform tolerance levels 
for pesticides, 28967 [60C] 
LIEBER, HILARY 
Reports 

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, 
15090 [24JN] 
LIEBERMAN, BERNARD 
Lists 

Boyhood friends, 10540 [13MY] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 10540 [13MY] 
LIEBMANN, HANNE 
Statements 

Victims of the Holocaust, 9538 [6MY] 
LIECHTENSTEIN, PRINCIPALITY OF 
Letters 

U.S. policy toward small nations of Europe: Hans- 
Adam, 9264 [1MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Foreign relations: U.S. policy, 9264 [1MY], 10761- 
10763 [15MY] 
LIFE (magazine) 
Remarks in House 

Robinson, David A.: tribute, 12821 [5JN] 
LIFE OF THE LAND 
Letters 

H-3 Highway project: sundry, 25588 [23SE] 
LIFF, MARK 
Articles and editorials 

Carol Pasco's Bronx— Why You Need To Know 
About It, 5837 [20MR] 
LIGGETT, WILLIAM N. 
Letters 

Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates Program, 18237 
[30JY] 
LIGHTFOOT, JIM ROSS (a Representative from 

Iowa) 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Advisory Panel for Coordination of Government 
Debt Collection and Delinquency Prevention Ac- 
tivities: establish (see H.R. 4203), 2495 [20FE] 
Airports: prohibit buying and selling of operating 
rights at high density traffic facilities (see H.R. 
4812), 10523 [13MY] 
De Soto National Wildlife Refuge, IA: permit 
public uses within (see H.R. 4150), 2015 [6FE] 
Farm Credit Act: additional protection to farmers 
participating in the system (see H.R. 4631), 7891 
[17AP] 
Farmers: stimulate savings to lower cost of money 

(see H.R. 4073), 703 [29JA] 
Imports: suspend on food and drink in countries 
affected by radioactive contamination (see H.J. 
Res. 622), 9465 [5MY] 
Small Business Act: authorize loans for economic 
injury caused by Federal action (see H.R. 4854), 
1 1448 [20MY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by. as cosponsor 

Agricultural Act: amend (see H.R. 5257), 19745 
[7AU] 

make deficiency payments for crops of 

wheat and feed grains (see H.R. 4909), 11947 
[22MY] 

require marketing loans or production option 

payments for soybeans (see H.R. 5499), 25457 
[23SE] 
Agriculture: charge cost of water delivered to rec- 
lamation project for production of surplus pro- 
gram crop (see H.R. 5608), 27116 [29SE] 

eligibility of noncitizens for price support 

programs (see H.R. 4519), 8477 [23AP] 

enhance exports of commodities (see H.R. 

5242), 18228 [30JY] 

establish program payments for wheat, feed 

grain, upland cotton, and rice (see H.R. 4105), 
2017 [6FE] 

grain quality standards (see H.R. 5407), 

21736 [14AU] 



LIGHTFOOT, JIM ROSS 

interest subsidy incentives for lenders re- 
structuring loans (see H.R. 4609), 14742 [19JN] 

loan restructuring (see H Con. Res. 310), 

9147 [30AP] 

require market loans for wheat, feed grains, 

and soybeans (see H.R. 5483), 25457 [23SE] 
Air travel: essential transportation program should 
be maintained for a 10-year period (see H. Con. 
Res. 339), 11448 [20MY] 
Airport and Airway Improvement Act: air passen- 
ger safety and equity to airway users (see H.R. 
4191), 8888 [29AP] 
American Physiologist Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 22147 [15AU] 
Angola Loan Restriction Act: enact (see H.R. 

4145), 12364 [4JN] 
Antitrust actions: allow parties to sue for equitable 
relief and damages caused by foreign competition 
(see H.R. 5304), 23016 [USE] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 6639 [8AP] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 16746 [16JY] 
Aviation accidents: uniform rules of liability for 
body and property damage (see H.R. 4717), 
26076 [24SE] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: facilitate compliance (see H. Res. 375), 2016 
[6FE] 

facilitate compliance with congressional 

intent (see H. Res. 529), 19952 [8AU] 
Banks and banking: increase capital for loans to 

farmers (see H.R. 5132), 17693 [24JY] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 6057 [25MR] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (s e 

H.J. Res. 475), 4269 [11MR] 
Budget: economic assumptions to inflation for 
weapon system programs of the Dept. of Defense 
(see H.R. 3886), 7689 [16AP] 
Buy American Act: restore and improve effective 

ness (see H.R. 4809), 12364 [4JN] 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 

Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 

(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 

Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 

gifts and donations (see H.R. 4211), 5076 [17MR] 

Child molesting: protect rights of victims (see H.R. 

5000), 22737 [10SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
13073 [10JN] 
Committee on Intelligence (Joint): establish (see 

H.J. Res. 7), 9146 [30AP] 
Constitution: authorize minting a coin in commemo- 
ration of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 26370 
[25SE] 

line-item veto on appropriations (see H.J. 

Res. 49), 16504 [15JY] 
Cooperative Extension Service: fund (see H. Res. 

413), 7556 [15AP] 
Copyright: conveyance of right to perform publicly 
syndicated television programs without right to 
perform accompanying music (see H.R. 3521), 
3388 [3MR] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

9553 [6MY] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 

(see H. Con. Res. 388), 23474 [16SE] 
Dept. of Defense: flexibility and efficiency in proce- 
dures for closure and realignment of military in- 
stallations (see H.R. 2984), 16504 [15JY] 
strengthen requirements for operational test- 
ing and evaluation of major acquisition programs 
(see H.R. 4682), 10523 [13MY] 
District of Columbia: city council action on prohi- 
bition of discrimination in insurance coverage 
(see H.J. Res. 663), 14742 [19JN] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22738 [10SE] 



1562 

LIGHTFOOT, JIM ROSS 

Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [14AP] 
Elections: time limits for completion of recounts for 

House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 12624 

[5JN] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 4121 [10MR] 
Employment: stimulate through rural enterprise 

zones (see H.R. 4913), 11948 [22MY] 
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: conservation 

standards for gas and electric appliances (see 

H.R. 5465), 23245 [12SE] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 

Con. Res. 285), 3650 [5MR] 
Export Enhancement Improvement Act: enact (see 

H.R. 5278), 18420 [31JY] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

5566 [19MR] 
Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 

farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 

(see H.R. 5497), 22737 [10SE] 
Farm Credit System: assistance to borrowers of 

loans by institutions (see H.R. 4369), 9553 [6MY] 
Farmers Home Administration: create secondary 

market for mortgages secured by farm real estate 

and guaranteed (see H.R. 4853), 12364 [4JN] 
FDIC: establish procedure to facilitate restructuring 

or canceling agricultural loans (see H.R. 4241), 

5308 [18MR] 
Federal employees: strengthen protections against 

prohibited personnel practices (see H.R. 4033), 

1357 [3FE] 
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: establish 

conditions for export of drugs (see H.R. 3995), 

2978 [26FE] 
Freedom of Information Act: procedures for proc- 
essing requests for confidential business (see H.R. 

4862), 15605 [25 JN] 
Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Customhouse, 

Louisville, KY: designate (see H.R. 5570), 25374 

[22SE] 
Grain: improve quality (see H.R. 4714), 12364 [4JN] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8213 

[21AP] 
Health: undertake research for Alzheimer's disease 

and related dementia (see H.R. 5553), 31219 

[140C] 
House: require rollcall vote on appropriations, au- 
thorization bills, and certain revenue bills (see H. 

Res. 362), 7556 [15AP] 
voluntary controlled substances testing pro- 
gram for Members, officers, and employees (see 

H. Res. 394), 22147 [15AU] 
Housing and community development: temporary 

extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 

14742 [19JN] 
Indian Economic Development Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3597), 11948 [22MY] 
Indochina: Postal Service to issue stamp honoring 

MIAs (see H. Res. 392), 8596 [24AP] 
Inland waterways trust fund: shall not be included 

in budget (see H.R. 4344), 9146 [30AP] 
Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 

(see H.R. 4524), 10990 [15MY] 
IRS: regulations on substantiation of deductions for 

use of business vehicles (see H.R. 4357), 4703 

[13MR] 
Jewish Heritage Week: proclamation (see H.J. Res. 

606), 8212 [21AP] 
Job Training Partnership Act: encourage delivery 

of services to dislocated farmers (see H.R. 5062), 

14741 [19JN] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 

Con. Res. 313), 9147 [30AP] 
express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8213 

[21AP] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 12625 [5JN] 
Medicare: establish limited option for catastrophic 

care (see H.R. 4349), 3853 [6MR] 
require timely payment of claims, and retain 

periodic-interim-payment method (see H.R. 

5053), 21247 [13AU] 



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Milk: reductions in net expenditures for price sup- 
port (see H.R. 4188), 2979 [26FE] 

Mines and mineral resources: assistance from multi- 
lateral banks (see H.R. 5537), 23669 [17SE] 

Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 

legislation from executive branch (see H.R. 

5266), 19952 [8AU] 

Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22738 [10SE] 

National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
651), 13073 [10JN] 

National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res 617), 16326 [14JY] 

National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 

National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 4269 [11MR] 

National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21 J Y] 

National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 544), 5309 [18MR] 

National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 

National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 562), 7893 [17AP] 

National Community Education Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 583), 20744 [11AU] 

National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 

National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 3854 [6MR] 

National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 20744 [11AU] 

National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 555), 3854 [6MR] 

National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 577), 15772 [26JN] 

National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
234), 4704 [13MR] 

National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 

National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
586), 18012 [29JY] 

National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
692), 18670 [1AU] 

National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 18420 [31JY] 

National Infection Control Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 

National Legion of Valor Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 625), 13074 [10JN] 

National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 510), 5566 [19MR] 

National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 26076 [24SE] 

National Pedestrian Safety Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 670), 28824 [60C] 

National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 23016 [USE] 

National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 131), 12364 [4JN] 

National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 655), 25457 [23SE] 

National Talented Teacher Fellowship Program: 
name after Sharon C. (Christa) McAuliffe (see 
H.R. 4143), 4703 [13MR] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 

National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 

National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 

Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
542), 3107 [27FE] 

Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 5566 
[19MR] 

Postal Service: computing amount of deductions al- 
lowed to rural mail carriers for use of automo- 
biles (see H.R. 4715), 9145 [30AP] 



restore limited circulation second-class rates 

to counties adjacent to county of publication (see 
H.R. 5350), 19460 [6AU] 

POWs: veterans' benefits (see H.R. 864), 2978 
[26FE] 

Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4388), 10523 [13MY] 

Rural enterprise zones: establish (see H.R. 5189), 
18420 [3 1JY] 

Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 
(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 

Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
8888 [29AP] 

Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 
8888 [29AP] 

Sec. of Agriculture: exercise authority to accept 
bids from producers for diverting acreage in 
return for payments (see H. Con. Res. 360), 
14742 [19JN] 

mandate advance recourse loans to produc- 
ers of commodities (see H.R. 4610), 10215 [8MY] 

Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 9466 
[5MY] 

Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
10), 26428 [26SE] 

Social Security: improve treatment of small rural 
hospitals and sole community (see H.R. 4788), 
14742 [19JN] 

make permanent and improve benefits to in- 
dividuals who work despite severe medical im- 
pairment (see H.R. 4450), 5565 [19MR] 

Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 

Soviet Union: atomic powerplant accident (see H. 
Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 

limit number of nationals serving mission to 

U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 23670 [17SE] 

sense of Congress concerning nuclear disas- 
ter at Chernobyl (see H. Con. Res. 333), 10991 
[15MY] 

Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
646), 16747 [16JY] 

Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29835 [80C] 

allow deduction for health services savings 

account (see H.R. 4349), 3853 [6MR] 

deductibility of contributions to individual 

retirement accounts (see H. Res. 476), 16505 
[15JY] 

deny interest on industrial development 

bonds used to finance acquisition of farm proper- 
ty by foreign persons (see H.R. 4520), 8477 
[23AP] 

excise for airport and airways trust fund (see 

H.R. 5325), 18669 [1AU] 

exclude from gross income amounts attribut- 
able to indebtedness on certain farm property (see 
H.R. 4601), 9553 [6MY] 

exclude from gross income amounts received 

from sales on farm property (see H.R. 4080), 1503 
[4FE] 

extend period "or filing claim for credit or 

refund (see H.R. 4617), 9146 [30AP] 

reform legislation shall not take effect before 

January 1, 1987 (see H.R. 4141), 2015 [6FE] 

requirement to substantiate deduction for 

business use of vehicle (see H.R. 4299), 4121 
[10MR] 

treatment of certain air transportation (see 

H.R. 4884), 15605 [25JN] 

Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 
areas (see H. Con. Res. 308), 8888 [29AP] 

Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 6930 [9AP] 

Terrorism: President should convene summit to 
adopt unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 
27117 [29SE] 



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protect U.S. citizens (see H.R. 4611), 10215 

[8MY] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 23016 [USE] 
VA: adjudication of claims for benefits (see H.R. 

585), 6930 [9AP] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 
704 [29JA] 
Documents 

Purpose of Eximbank, 16518 [15JY] 
Letters 

Aviation safety: (sundry excerpts), 18212* [30JY] 
Reinstatement of air traffic controllers: Elizabeth 
Dole, Sec. of Transportation, 18212* [30JY] 
Motions offered by 

Appropriations: making urgent supplemental (H.R. 
4515), instruction of conferees, 13434 [12JN] 
Remarks by. on 
Abandoned Mines Land Reclamation Program: 

funding, 18341* [31JY] 
Advisory Panel for Coordination of Government 
Debt Collection and Delinquency Prevention Ac- 
tivities: establish (H.R. 4203), 2578* [20FE] 
Agriculture: acreage base cutbacks (H.R. 4102), 
2574* [20FE] 

eligibility of farmers for Dislocated Worker 

Program, 20630* [11AU] 
Eximbank subsidization of foreign agricul- 
ture, 16518* [15JY] 

Farm Credit System protections (H.R. 4631), 

8022* [17AP] 

farm loan funding through certificate sales 

(H.R. 4073), 659 [29JA] 

importation of food and drink produced in 

countries affected by radioactive contamination 
(H.J. Res. 622), 9489 [6MY] 
Air traffic controllers: expand staff, 18212* [30JY] 
Airports: prohibit buying and selling of operating 

rights (H.R. 4812), 10548* [13MY] 
Appropriations: making urgent supplemental (H.R. 
4515), request for conference, 13434, 13437, 
13438, 13439 [12JN] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 

out of accidents (H.R. 4142), 26196 [25SE] 
Bedford, IA: funding for dam repair, 17420 [23JY] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10946* [15MY] 
Council Bluffs, IA: Jessie Thompson, tribute, 2042* 

[6FE] 
De Soto National Wildlife Refuge, IA: permit 

public uses within (H.R. 4150), 2020* [6FE] 
Dept. of Agriculture: budget proposal, 10946* 
[15MY] 

extension programs, 4870* [13MR] 

Dept. of Defense: construction projects, 22226* 
[15AU] 

reform procurement practices (H.R. 472), 

22226* [15AU] 
Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5234), 18341* [31JY] 
Dept. of the Treasury: disinvestment of Social Se- 
curity trust fund, 17292* [22JY] 
Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: 
making appropriations (H.R. 5205), 18212* [30JY] 
Dislocated Fanner Training Act: amend (H.R. 

5062), 14868* [20JN] 
Energy and water development: making appropria- 
tions (H.R. 5162), 17420 [23JY] 
Eximbank: subsidization of foreign agriculture, 

16518* [15JY] 
Farm Credit Act: additional protection to farmers 
participating in the system (H.R. 4631), 8022* 
[17AP] 
Federal Firearms Law Reform Act: enact (H.R. 

4332), 7083* [10AP] 
Firearms: restrictions on sale (H.R. 4332), 7083* 

[10AP] 
Firearms Owners' Protection Act: enact (H.R. 945), 

7083* [10AP] 
Foreign relations: Nicaragua, 5862* [20MR] 
Foreign trade: importation of food and drink pro- 
duced in countries affected by radioactive con- 
tamination (H.J. Res. 622), 9489 [6MY] 



textile industry, 19382* [7AU] 

U.S. policy, 11901* [22MY] 

Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 

11901* [22MY] 
Insurance industry: unavailability and unaffordabi- 

lity, 4005* [6MR] 
Iowa: FHA loans, 5862* [20MR] 

Jean Goering, tribute, 1307* [30JA] 

Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 23257* 

[12SE] 
Job Training Partnership Act: amend (H.R. 5185), 

20630* [11AU] 
Nicaragua: covert aid for military and paramilitary 
operations, 5862* [20MR] 

U.S. policy, 5862* [20MR] 

Older Americans Act: amend (H.R. 2453), confer- 
ence report, 5265* [18MR] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 
5300), 26566* [26SE] 

enact (H.R. 5300), conference report, 32973* 

[170C] 
Revenue sharing program: reauthorize (H.R. 1400), 

30454* [10OC] 
SBA Disaster Loan Improvement Act: enact (H.R. 

4854), 11471* [20MY] 
Small Business Act: authorize loans for economic 
injury caused by Federal action (H.R. 4854), 
11471* [20MY] 
Social Security: protect benefit levels of individuals 

eligible after 1916 (H.R. 1917), 8853 [29AP] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (H.R. 5050), 17292* [22JY] 
Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29783* 
[80C] 
South Africa: political negotiations with black ma- 
jority (H. Res. 373), 21151* [13AU] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 23257* 

[12SE] 
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29783* 
[80C] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), conference 

report, 26270* [25SE] 
Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 

(H.R. 1562), veto, 19382* [7AU] 
Volunteer workers: Jean Goering, tribute, 1307* 

[30JA] 
Volunteerism: Jessie Thompson, tribute, 2042* 
[6FE] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
659 [29JA], 1072 [30JA], 2014 [6FE], 2494 
[20FE], 3851 [6MR], 4700 [13MR], 5306 [18MR], 
10521 [13MY], 10988 [15MY], 11446 [20MY], 
14740 [19JN], 16502 [15JY], 18417 [31JY], 19459 
[6AU], 21239 [13AU], 23014 [USE], 26196, 26366 
[25SE], 29832 [80C], 30216 [10OC] 
Statements 

De Soto National Wildlife Refuge, IA: Iowa Con- 
servation Commission, 2020* [6FE] 
Testimonies 
De Soto National Wildlife Refuge, IA: Robert Bur- 
well (1957), 2020* [6FE] 
Tributes 
Bedell, Representative, 19729 [7AU] 
Evans, Representative Cooper, 19729 [7AU] 
Goering, Jean, 1307* [30JA] 
Thompson, Jessie, 2042* [6FE] 
Tributes to retiring Members 

Snyder, Representative, 26384* [25SE] 
LIGHTSEY, HARRY M., JR. 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 8603 [24AP] 
LILJENBERG, SUE 
Letters 

Informed consent in cases of abortion: sundry, 
18980 [4AU] 
LILLEY, JAMES R 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Foreign Relations 
27271 [30SE] 
LIMON, JOSE 
Remarks in House 
Tribute, 33579 [170C] 



LIND, ANITA M. 

LIN, LEE LO 

Reports filed 

Relief: Committee on the Judiciary (S. 521) (S. 
Rept. 99-524), 28511 [30C] 
Texts of 

S. 521, relief, 29424 [80C] 
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (16th President of the United 

States) 
Addresses 

Birthday: Senator Mathias, 2404 [19FE] 
Articles and editorials 

Where Is Lincoln's Spirit in Today's GOP? Senator 
Simon, Boston (MA) Globe, 3734 [5MR] 
Books 

"Ohio's Lincoln," Edward Gobetz, 5095 [17MR] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Birthday: address by Senator Mathias, 2403 [19FE] 
Republican Party: comparison of ideas with, 3734 
[5MR] 
Statements 

Decision-making: by (excerpts), 14699 [19JN] 
Declaration of Independence Anniversary Celebra- 
tion: by, 22537 [10SE] 
Dred Scott Decision: by, 15800, 15801 [26JN] 
Faith: by, 17188 [22JY] 
Right Makes Might: by, 21294 [13AU] 
LINCOLN, AL 
Remarks in Senate 

Incorporation: anniversary, 33460 [170C] 
LINCOLN, CA 
Remarks in House 

Moore, W. Paul: tribute, 17025 [17JY] 
LINCOLN, NE 
Letters 

Illiteracy: Mary R. Martin, 19591 [6AU] 
LINCOLN COUNTY, NE 
Bills and resolutions 

Real property: transfer of certain (see H.R. 5084) 
LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
Testimonies 
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Testing 
for Insurance Purposes: Donald Chambers (ex- 
cerpt), 18693 [1AU] 
LINCOLN (NE) JOURNAL 
Articles and editorials 

Courage of Philippine People Make Bloodless 

Revolt Possible, 3763 [5MR] 
Delayed Immigration Reform Bill Now a Senate 

Step Away, 33649 [170C] 
On the Congressional Agenda— Improved Pesticide 

Control Law, 28932 [60C] 
Terrorism Crimps Travel, 3761 [5MR] 
LINCOLN (NE) JOURNAL-STAR 
Articles and editorials 

End the Polish Sanctions?, 30443 [10OC] 
LINCOLN (NE) LINCOLN STAR 
Articles and editorials 

Buying of Elections Needs To Be Stopped, 1629 

[4FE] 
Diplomacy Rests on Shaky Ground, 16272 [26JN] 
Silly Season in the Capital, 17743 [25JY] 
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 
Remarks in House 

Federal funding: extension services, 1943 [6FE] 
LINCOLN WOOD, IL 
Petitions 

Tax-exempt financing: board of education, 9649 
[6MY] 
LINCOLNSHIRE, LAKE COUNTY, IL 
Petitions 

Tax-exempt financing of local governments, 8763 
[28AP], 8786 [28AP] 
LINCOLNWOOD, IL 
Remarks in House 

Incorporation: anniversary, 16321 [14JY] 
LIND, ANITA M. 
Remarks in Senate 
Chignik Lake, AK: fund raising drive by students 
to help the public debt, 1294 [30JA] 









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LIND, LISA M. 

LIND, LISA M. 
Remarks in Senate 

Chignik Lake, AK: fund raising drive by students 
to help the public debt, 1294 [30JA] 
LIND, WILLIAM S. 
Articles and editorials 

JCS Reform, Can Congress Take On a Tough One, 
962 [29JA] 
LINDA, CA 
Remarks in House 

Flood: Beale Air Force Base relief efforts, 8579 
[23AP] 
LINDBERG, MIKE 
Letters 

Funds for nuclear reactor operation at Hanford, 
WA, and site selection procedure for potential 
nuclear reactor repository, 17475 [23JY] 
LINDEN, AL 
Articles and editorials 

Services Set for Former Circuit Clerk, 28506 [30C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Rentz, Charles: tribute, 28506 [30C] 
LINDEN, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Industrial Association: tribute, 21744 [14AU], 22755 
[10SE] 
LINDHURST, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Miller, Fred B.: tribute, 14872 [20JN] 
LINDLER, BERT 
Articles and editorials 

Missing Great Falls Man Dead in Park, 30228 
[10OC] 
LINDNER, DEBBIE 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 9958 [7MY] 
LINDNER, WILL 
Articles and editorials 

Harry Cooley's View From 

[25JY] 
Willson — Fasting Vets 
[24SE] 
LINDSAY, DWIGHT M. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 25714 [23SE] 
LINDSAY, JOHN V. (a former Representative from 

New York) 
Lists 

Former Members of Congress reception attendee, 
10646 [14MY] 
LINDSAY, JOSEPH 
Testimonies 

Mass Rapid Transit, 13545 [12JN] 
LINDSEY, LAWRENCE 
Articles and editorials 

Benefits of Cutting Top Tax Rates, 8151 [21AP] 
LINDSEY, LAWRENCE B. 
Letters 

Capital gains differential, 14118 [17JN] 
LING, ERIC 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 11956 [22MY], 12539 [4JN] 
LINGER, J.K. 
Articles and editorials 

Business and the Short-Term Syndrome, 17325 
[22JY] 
Books 

"High-Flex Society" (excerpt), 28020 [20C] 
LINN COUNTY, OR 
Petitions 

Assurances of compliance: board of commissioners, 
20418 [9AU] 
LINOWITZ, SOL M. 
Articles and editorials 

Better Way to Peace in Nicaragua, 6277 [26MR] 
LINTNER, JAY 
Letters 

Tax exempt status of abortion organizations, 28359, 
28362 [30C] 
LIONIKIS, EMMANUEL M. 
Remarks in House 
United Hellenic Voters of America: tribute, 7572 
[15AP] 



the Ridge, 17770 
Are Doing Well, 25744 



Remarks in Senate 

Most Distinguished Greek American Award: recipi- 
ent, 2765 [25FE] 
LIONS CLUB 
Remarks in Senate 

French, William J.: Citizen of the Year, 174 [21JA] 
Templeman, Reta: tribute, 2140 [18FE] 
LIPINSKI, WILLIAM O. (a Representative from Illi- 
nois) 
Addresses 

Ethnic Americans and the Democratic Party: by, 
8976*-8978* [29AP] 
Appointments 

Committee To Attend Funeral of George M. 
O'Brien, 17271 [22JY] 
Articles and editorials 

America Needs a Common Voice, Joan Beck, Chi- 
cago (IL) Tribune, 19458* [6AU] 
"Battle for Warsaw" — A Powerful Documentary 
Account of 63 Days, ZGODA (Polish newspa- 
per), 17025* [17JY] 
Forgotten Holocaust— Polish Holocaust, Wojciech 
Wierzewski, Chicago (IL) Zgoda, 5088* [17MR] 
Life Is Very, Very Difficult There . . ., New Hori- 
zon-Polish American Review (publication), 
10724* [14MY] 
Polish Children's Strike in Wrzesnia in 1901, John 

Kulczycki, Zgoda (publication), 15607* [25JN] 
Pulaski Day in Illinois, Chicago (IL) Zgoda, 4842* 

[13MR] 
Romanian Justice, Slavic Gospel Association News- 
Wire, 7232* [10AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

National Immigrants Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
581), 6057 [25MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by. as cosponsor 

Agriculture: CCC loans to grain storage facilities 
(see H.R. 5386), 24687 [18SE] 

early and direct entry into producer's wheat 

and feed grain reserve program (see H.R. 5387), 
24687 [18SE] 
Air travel: essential transportation program should 
be maintained for a 10-year period (see H. Con. 
Res. 339), 1 1448 [20MY] 
Alaska: designate certain lands as wilderness (see 

H.R. 4922), 25457 [23SE] 
Alcoholic beverages: make permanent penalty for 
failure to comply with national minimum drink- 
ing age (see H.R. 4083), 1073 [30JA] 
American Business Women's Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 379), 18670 [1AU] 
American Liver Foundation National Liver Aware- 
ness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 127), 17693 
[24JY] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 25374 [22SE] 
Animals: end use of steel-jaw leghold traps (see 

H.R. 1809), 17506 [23JY] 
Armed Forces: establish commission to report and 
make recommendations on status of members (see 
H.R. 3429), 10704 [14MY] 

safety requirements relative to transportation 

of members on chartered aircraft (see H.R. 4014), 
5898 [21 MR] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 3854 [6MR] 
Auto parts: importance of inclusion in market-ori- 
ented negotiations (see H. Con. Res. 328), 9776 
[7MY] 
Ballistic knives: prohibit possession, manufacture, 
sale, importation, and mailing (see H.R. 4711), 
19117 [5AU] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

2979 [26FE] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 15605 [25JN] 
Berlin Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 587), 

12365 [4JN] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 475), 3481 [4MR] 
CCC: excess cheese be made available to States (see 
H.R. 5145), 18420 [31JY] 



Centennial Year of the Gasoline Powered Automo- 
bile: designate (see H.J. Res. 439), 704 [29JA] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 

designate seven moons of Uranus in honor of 

crew members (see H.J. Res. 508), 1503 [4FE] 
Children: create remedies for victims of pornogra- 
phy (see H.R. 5509), 26428 [26SE] 

protect rights of victims of abuse (see H.R. 

5000), 19117 [5AU] 
Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 12625 [5JN] 
Chocolate: tariff (see H. Res. 567), 27117 [29SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
13073 [10JN] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541), 
3107 [27FE] 
Congress: establish commission to coordinate com- 
memoration of bicentennial (see H.R. 5035), 
14297 [18JN] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 9211 [1MY] 
Congressional Advisory Commission on Intercolle- 
giate Athletics: establish (see H.R. 5213), 17054 
[21JY] 
Constitution: authorize minting a coin in commemo- 
ration of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 26370 
[25SE] 

establishing English as the official language 

(see H.J. Res. 96), 3854 [6MR] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 4703 

[13MR] 
Cooperative Extension Service: funds (see H. Res. 

413), 7126 [10AP] 
Copyright: amend requirements of manufacturing 
clause (see H.R. 3465, 4696), 13268, 13269 [11JN] 
Courts: establish specialized corps of Federal judges 

(see H.R. 1213), 12364 [4JN] 
Credit cards: information on interest rates (see H.R. 

4197), 3649 [5MR] 
Crime and criminals: prohibit high ranking Federal 
civilian officers from representing foreign princi- 
pal for 10 years after leaving service (see H.R. 
3733), 4703 [13MR] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

4578 [12MR] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: Soviet arrest and indictment 

(see H. Con. Res. 388), 23016 [USE] 
de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 

469), 21736 [14AU] 
Developing countries: set aside surplus vessels for 
health and humanitarian services (see H.R. 4046), 
7127 [10AP] 
Doubek. Robert W.: award Congressional Gold 

Medal (see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 
Education: financial assistance to State and local 
educational agencies for demonstration of chemi- 
cal substance abuse (see H.R. 4030), 2293 [19FE] 

State and local government daily physical 

exercise programs for children, 13269 [11JN] 
Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 

582), 7367 [HAP] 
Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393), 8888 
[29AP] 
Ellis Island Medal of Honor: award (see H. Con. 

Res. 381), 22147 [15AU] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 12130 [3JN] 
Employment: discrimination against persons with 

cancer (see H. Con. Res. 321), 8212 [21AP] 
EPA: conduct study of acid precipitation in bay 
area of California (see H.R. 4042), 15287 [24JN] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 

Con. Res. 285), 5077 [17MR] 
Ethnic groups: full representation in awarding of 
Statue of Liberty medals (see H. Con. Res. 330), 
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Export Administration Act: prohibit exports to 
countries supporting terrorism (see H.R. 4135) 
2594 [24FE] 
Federal aid to research: establish a Government 
agency for acquisition and distribution of infor- 
mation (see H.R. 5412), 26370 [25SE] 
Federal Aviation Act: ensure fair treatment of air- 
line employees in mergers (see H.R. 4838), 10989 
[15MY] 
Federal employees: forfeiture of retirement benefits 
upon conviction of felony (see H.R. 3388), 8888 
[29AP] 
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: establish 
conditions for export of drugs (see H R 3995) 
4703 [13MR] 
Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 

certain (see H.R. 4194), 8888 [29AP] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H R 3894) 
17054 [21JY] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 22147 [15AU] 
Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Customhouse, 
Louisville, KY: designate (see H.R. 5570), 25374 
[22SE] 
German American Day: designate (see H.J Res 

675), 23670 [17SE] 
Government Information Agency: federally spon- 
sored research (see H.R. 5412), 26370 [25SE] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8412 
[22AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J Res 

381), 2979 [26FE] 
Health: prevent rejection of contracts for hospitali- 
zation and benefits to employees of debtor (see 
H.R. 5298), 22737 [10SE] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see HJ 

Res. 667), 16747 [16JY] 
Humane Products Testing Act: enact (see H R 

1877), 29387 [70C] 
Immigration and Nationality Act: additional visa 
numbers for foreign states which have had signif- 
icant decrease (see H.R. 4478), 10523 [13MY] 
Impoundment Control Act: deferrals of budget au- 
thority shall not take effect until Congress com- 
pletes action on impoundment bill (see H R 
4205), 4269 [11MR] 
Individual retirement accounts: withdrawal to 
obtain job training or retraining (see H.R 5091) 
31219 [140C] 
Indochina: Postal Service to issue stamp honoring 

MIAs (see H. Res. 392), 5309 [18MR] 
Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 

(see H.R. 4524), 12364 [4JN] 
Interest: uniform disclosure of rates payable on sav- 
ings accounts (see H.R. 2282), 12624 [5JN] 
Job training: improve and establish Federal pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5720), 33159 [HOC] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see HJ 

Res. 629), 10216 [8MY] 
Kangaroos: prohibit importation of products (see 

H.R. 2952), 17317 [22JY] 
Lasker, Mary: special gold medal (see H.R. 4153) 

23245 [12SE] 
Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 716), 26370 [25SE] 
Legal services: authorize contracts retaining private 
counsel in case of indebtedness owed U S (see 
H.R. 979), 8212 [21AP] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res 591) 

8888 [29AP] 
Library of Congress: change name and adjust pay 
of police force (see H.R. 1902), 23244 [12SE] 
Libya: commemorate death of Fernando A. Ribas- 
Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Lorain, OH 
(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8412 
[22AP] 



no foreign tax credit shall be allowed (see 

H.R. 4680), 12129 [3JN] 

prohibit equipment contracts with firms in 

which it has interest (see H.R. 5066), 17693 
[24JY] 
Lorain, OH: commemorate death of Fernando A. 
Ribas-Dominicci and Paul F. Lorence in Libya 
(see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lorence, Paul F.: commemorate death in raid on 

Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 [15JY] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see HJ Res 

531), 15772 [26JN] 
Made in America Month: designate (see HJ Res 

688), 19952 [8AU] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 14079 
[17JN] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317) 
14079 [17JN] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 552), 13074 [10JN] 
Mihailovich, Draza: establish monument in honor 
by National Committee of American Airmen 
Rescued by General Mihailovich (see H R 77) 
9465 [5MY] 
Military Whistleblowers Protection Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3898), 10523 [13MY] 
Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167) 
5898 [21 MR] 
Most favored nation agreement: deny to country 
that supports terrorism (see H.R. 3661), 12364 
[4JN] 
My Nationality American Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 739), 29835 [80C] 
NASA: authorize construction of a replacement or- 
biter (see H.R. 4860), 1 1448 [20MY] 

construction of orbiter (see H.R. 4103 4104) 

2293 [19FE] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 25457 [23SE] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 18670 [1AU] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 21131 [12AU] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res 133) 

24687 [18SE] 
National Association of State Directors of Veter- 
ans' Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024) 
19951 [8AU] 
National Back to School— Back Off Drugs Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 698), 21247 [13AU] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 481), 2017 [6FE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 18420 
[31JY] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 
National Children's Television Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 710), 21735 [14AU] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Commission on Classified Information and 
Security Clearance Procedures: establish (see 
H.R. 3626), 2293 [19FE] 
National Commission on Liability Crisis: establish 

(see H.R. 4655), 9466 [5MY] 
National Conference on Cities and Towns: author- 
ize (see H.R. 3833), 2496 [20FE] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 8888 [29AP] 
National CPR Awareness Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 720), 32156 [150C] 
National Day of Excellence: commemorate (see 

H.J. Res. 588), 12625 [5JN] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see HJ Res 

602), 23245 [12SE] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see HJ. Res. 619), 17054 [21JY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 



LIPINSKI, WILLIAM O. 

National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 17318 [22JY] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 11449[20MY] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 13269 [11JN] 
National Fire Fighters Day: designate (see H.J 

Res. 479), 6931 [9AP] 
National Food Bank Week: designate (see H J Res 

234), 4704 [13MR] 

National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 

Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10215 [8MY] 

National Guard: employees may not be required to 

wear military uniforms while performing civilian 

services (see H.R. 3968), 9776 [7MY] 

National High-Tech Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 707), 32156 [150C] 
National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 718), 25457 [23SE] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see HJ Res 

586), 18012 [29JY] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J Res 

692), 21247 [13AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H J Res 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 16505 [15JY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 6057 [25MR] 
National Labor Relations Act: protections for em- 
ployers and performers in the arts (see HR 
2761), 26076 [24SE] 
National Legion of Valor Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 625), 13074 [10JN] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

429), 12625 [5JN] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 11449 [20MY] 
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 524), 15287 [24JN] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res 714) 

29835 [80C] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 451), 12364 [4JN] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H J 

Res. 502), 2979 [26FE] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 15605 [25JN] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 9776 [7MY] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J Res 

484), 10215 [8MY] 
National Social Studies Week: designate (see HJ 

Res. 410), 16504 [15JY] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 655), 17318 [22JY] 
National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Theater Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

464), 9146 [30AP] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see HJ Res 

642), 13527 [12JN] 
National Volunteers Income Tax Assistance Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 612), 15773 [26JN] 
National Week of the American Taxpayer: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 703), 32329 [160C] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 740), 26076 [24SE] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 24803 [19SE] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 11625 [21MY] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see HJ. Res. 569), 

8888 [29AP] 
NIH: prevent grants to purchase animals from shel- 
ters for research (see H.R. 4871), 27426 [30SE] 
transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351) 
23670 [17SE] 



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9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 708), 24687 [18SE] 
Occupational disease: establish system for identify- 
ing, notifying, and preventing illness and death 
(see H.R. 1309), 15604 [25JN] 
Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 3481 
[4MR] 
Philippines: authorize Scouts and U.S. Veterans' 
Association of America to establish memorial (see 
H.J. Res. 685), 21736 [14AU] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 3649 [5MR] 
Postal Service: rates for periodicals mailed to coun- 
ties adjacent to county of publication (see H.R. 
5350), 28179 [20C] 
Postmaster General: sell stamps commemorating 
crew of space shuttle Challenger (see H.R. 5014; 
H.J. Res. 654), 13268 [11JN], 13525 [12JN] 
President's Commission on Industrial Competitive- 
ness: report on status of implementation of rec- 
ommendations (see H.J. Res. 648), 12624 [5JN] 
Public buildings: restrict smoking to designated 

areas (see H.R. 4488), 14078 [17JN] 
Public Health Service Act: encourage and assist 
States in establishing protocols for identifying 
organ and tissue donors (see H.R. 4945), 12623 
[5JN] 
encourage and assist States in requiring hos- 
pitals to identify potential organ and tissue 
donors (see H.R. 4697), 9553 [6MY] 
Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4388), 10523 [13MY] 
Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 8213 [21AP] 
Retirees: prohibit companies filed for bankruptcy 
from discontinuing medical and life insurance 
benefits (see H.R. 5283), 18011 [29JY] 
Ribas-Dominicci, Fernando A.: commemorate 
death in raid on Libya (see H. Res. 492), 16504 
[15JY] 
Salute to School Volunteers Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 706), 25374 [22SE] 
San Diego, CA: 50th anniversary (see H.J. Res. 

682), 23670 [17SE] 
Scruggs, Jan C: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 8412 
[22AP] 
Secret Service: expand uniformed division protec- 
tive jurisdiction (see H.R. 5020), 17507 [23JY] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

10), 12625 [5JN] 
Skelton, Richard (Red): award congressional gold 

medal (see H.R. 5510), 32329 [160C] 
Social Security: prohibit hearings relative to bene- 
fits involving representative from certain Federal 
or State agencies (see H.R. 3854), 4268 [11MR] 

require peer review organizations to act at 

request of hospital inpatients (see H.R. 4275), 
4269 [UMR] 
Soviet Union: direct President to begin talks to 
establish student exchange for peace programs 
(see H.J. Res. 336), 4578 [12MR] 

limit number of nationals serving mission to 

U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 23670 [17SE] 

persecution of members of Ukrainian and 

public Helsinki monitoring groups (see H. Con. 
Res. 332), 14079 [17JN] 
Space Exploration Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

646), 16747 [16JY] 
Spain: commend for commitment to democracy 

(see H.J. Res. 567), 5829 [20MR] 
State and local governments: daily physical educa- 
tion programs for children (see H. Con. Res. 
344), 1 3269 [1 UN] 
States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 7689 [16AP] 



Steel Import Stabilization Act: amend (see H.R. 

5591), 26075 [24SE] 
Sub-Saharan Africa Natural Resource and Environ- 
mental Management Training and Education Act: 
enact (see H.R. 4908), 14297 [18JN] 
Tariff: chocolate (see H. Res. 556), 25457 [23SE] 
Tax Reform Act: applied and administered 3-year 
basis recovery rule to employees' annuities (see 
H.R. 5500), 24687 [18SE] 
Taxation: allow homeowners to deduct prepaid in- 
terest on principal residence (see H.R. 4849), 
17317 [22JY] 

allow steel companies 15-year carryback of 

investment credit (see H.R. 5327), 19745 [7AU] 

deductibility of contributions to retirement 

accounts (see H. Res. 476), 15773 [26JN] 

deductions for contributions of agricultural 

property for victims of natural disasters (see H.R. 
5301), 19745 [7AU] 
disallow deductions for advertising or pro- 
motion expenses for sales of tobacco products 
(see H.R. 3950), 9211 [1MY] 

exclusion from gross income of citizens in 

Libya shall not apply (see H.R. 4680), 12129 
[3JN] 
State collection from sales of tangible per- 
sonal property by nonresident persons (see H.R. 
5021), 32329 [160C] 
Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 

areas (see H. Con. Res. 308), 17318 [22JY] 
Territories (U.S.): accepting, ratifying, and confirm- 
ing the cessions of islands of Samoan group (see 
H.R. 3555), 3854 [6MR] 
Terrorism: authorize prosecution (see H.R. 4125), 
7127 [10AP] 

giants to local governments for innovative 

plans for deep draft ports and international air- 
ports (see H.R. 3712), 2293 [19FE] 
Timor Island: annexation of eastern portion (see H. 

Con. Res. 244), 14079 [17JN] 
Tobacco industry: ban promotion of products (see 

H.R. 4972), 16747 [16JY] 
Trade adjustment assistance programs: extend (see 

H.R. 4109), 2979 [26FE] 
U.S.-Canada Days of Peace and Friendship: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 715), 22145 [15AU] 
Unemployment insurance: improve and establish 
Federal programs (see H.R. 5720), 33159 [HOC] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 18908 [4AU] 
Veterans: exempt funds available to provide benefits 
with service connected disabilities (see H.R. 
4391), 12129 [3JN] 
Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 628), 13074 [10JN] 
Wheeler, John P., Ill: award Congressional Gold 

Medal (see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to convene (see 
H.J. Res. 244), 14078 [17JN] 
White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: provide for (see H.J. Res. 631), 18671 
[1AU] 
Year of the Reader: designate (see H.J. Res. 671), 

26076 [24SE] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 

commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 2594 [24FE] 
Youth: make grants for suicide prevention programs 

(see H.R. 4650), 12364 [4JN] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 549), 10524 [13MY] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 33159 [HOC] 
Books 

"Losing Ground," Charles Murray (1984), 17324* 

[22JY] 
Public welfare: task force to review system, 17324* 
[22JY] 
Memorials of legislature 

Foreign machinery on Coast Guard and Navy 
ships: Illinois, 12511* [4JN] 
Remarks by. on 

Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 
2949* [26FE] 



Arts: Candlelight Dinner Playhouse anniversary, 

12518* [4JN] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2949* 

[26FE] 
Baltic States: use of name Jan Baltic in NBC televi- 
sion program, Highway to Heaven, 4582* 
[12MR] 
Bankruptcy: prohibit certain companies from can- 
celing retirees' life insurance and health benefits 
(H.R. 5283), 18414 [31JY] 
Berlin Wall: anniversary, 21443* [13AU] 
Boy Scouts: Darren Tabor, tribute, 2636* [24FE] 

Edward S. Mills, tribute, 4372* [11 MR] 

H. Sam Schrodt, tribute, 2634* [24FE] 

John McGuire, tribute, 12532* [4JN] 

Michael A. Pierce, tribute, 2638* [24FE] 

Randall P. Mirabelli, tribute, 4378* [11MR] 

Richard E. Lisak, tribute, 16398* [14JY] 

Richard Jasinski, tribute, 16395* [14JY] 

Robert W. Murray, tribute, 18822* [1AU] 

William R. O'Connell, tribute, 4592* [12MR] 

Budget: proposals, 3750* [5MR] 
Business: Janice Meister, tribute, 29846* [80C] 
prohibit certain companies filing for bank- 
ruptcy from canceling retirees' life insurance and 
health benefits (H.R. 5283), 18414 [31JY] 
Captive Nations Week: observance, 16521* [15JY] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5757* 
[20MR] 
Chicago, IL: Candlelight Dinner Playhouse anni- 
versary, 12518* [4JN] 

Dan Perrino, tribute, 14745* [19JN] 

Housing Authority tribute to LeClaire 

Courts Resident Management group, 12841* 
[5JN] 

Joseph B. Mol, tribute, 14751* [19JN] 

Ray McDonald Community Achievement 

Award to Edward Bogus, 13642* [12JN] 

Ray McDonald Community Achievement 

Award to John Waner, 14481* [18JN] 

Ray McDonald Community Achievement 

Award to John Warner, 13645* [12JN] 

Ray McDonald Community Achievement 

Award to Joseph Hamzik, 22150* [15AU] 

Richard Lelko, tribute, 10562* [13MY] 

Rose and Rocco LaCivita anniversary, 

12541* [4JN] 

Sophie Golema, tribute, 10563* [13MY] 

Cicero, IL: James L. Smith, tribute, 4189* [10MR] 
Cleveland, OH: Cosmopolitan Democratic League 

of Cuyahoga County, tribute, 8976* [29AP] 
Cuyahoga County, OH: Cosmopolitan Democratic 
League tribute to Frank J. Valenta, Anthony J. 
Celebrezze, and Casimir Bielen, 9172* [30AP] 
Czechoslovakia: Thomas Masaryk, tribute, 4004* 

[6MR] 
Daniloff, Nicholas: imprisonment in Soviet Union 

(H. Res. 542), 22648* [10SE] 
Democracy: Berlin Wall anniversary, 21443* 

[13AU] 
Democratic Council on Ethnic-Americans, tribute, 

4004* [6MR] 
Dept. of Agriculture: Cooperative Extension Serv- 
ice, 8841* [28AP] 
Dept. of Defense: Army tribute to Terry Gilles, 
3230* [27FE] 

foreign machinery on Navy ships, 12511* 

[4JN] 

funding, 3750* [5MR] 

Dept. of Transportation: foreign machinery on 

Coast Guard ships, 12511* [4JN] 
Economic conditions: impact of Reagan administra- 
tion budget proposal, 3750* [5MR] 
Education: 5th District Teacher Bonus Award Pro- 
gram, 10561* [13MY] 
Employment: impact of Reagan administration 

budget proposal, 3750* [5MR] 
English: official U.S. language (H.J. Res. 96), 

19458* [6AU] 
Estonia: independence anniversary, 2646* [24FE] 



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Ethnic groups: Statue of Liberty Commission 

awards, 10257* [9MY] 
Families: disintegration, 6169* [25MR] 

traditional values, 17324* [22JY] 

Fenwick High School, IL: Keith Sommer, tribute, 

14745* [19JN] 
Foreign policy: world democracies, 11953* [22MY] 
Foreign trade: steel import moratorium, 19114 
[5AU] 

steel import quotas, 11124* [15MY] 

U.S. policy, 2444* [19FE] 

Foreign policy: Latin American democracies, 8573* 

[23AP] 
Germany, Democratic Republic of: plight of Polish 
gentiles under Nazi rule during World War II, 
5088* [17MR] 
"Harvest of Despair": Canadian documentary of 

Ukraine famine, 6824* [8AP] 
House: legislative program, 19115 [5AU] 
Housing: LeClaire Courts Resident Management 
group, Chicago, IL, tribute, 12841* [5JN] 

public housing residents self-management 

group, 12841* [5JN] 
Human rights: violations in Romania, 16279* 

[26JN], 18041* [29JY] 
Illinois: Fenwick High School essay contest, 15627* 
[25JN] 

Pulaski Day, 4842* [13MR] 

Terry Gilles, tribute, 3230* [27FE] 

India: protection of Sikh minority, 23853* [17SE] 
Iron and steel industry: import moratorium, 19114 
[5AU] 

import quotas, 11124* [15MY] 

Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 12839* 

[5JN], 16389* [14JY] 
Joslyn Manufacturing Co.: Joseph B. Mol, tribute, 

14751* [19JN] 
LaCivita, Rose and Rocco: anniversary, 12541* 

[4JN] 
Latin America: democracy, 8573* [23AP] 
Lithuania: independence anniversary, 2577* [20FE] 
LTV Steel Corp.: bankruptcy claim, 19114 [5AU] 

worker layoff in Chicago, IL, 11124* 

[15MY] 
Lyons, IL: Lithuanian American's Day, 2577* 

[20FE] 
Middle class: impact of Reagan administration 

budget proposal, 3750* [5MR] 
Military Chaplains Faith Balance Act: enact, 

15644* [25JN] 
National Immigrants Day: designate (H.J. Res. 581), 

6038* [25MR] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res 

540), 5757* [20MR] 
Personal explanation, 18041* [29 J Y] 
Poland: U.S. policy, 10724* [14MY] 

Warsaw uprising of 1944, 17025* [17JY] 

Polish Americans: Thaddeus Kosciuszko, tribute, 

2228* [18FE] 
Pyatetsky, Alexander: efforts to emigrate from 

Soviet Union, 12839* [5JN] 
Reagan, President: budget proposal, 3750* [5MR] 
Religion: Military Chaplains Faith Balance Act 
15644* [25JN] 

repression in Romania, 7232* [10AP] 

Romania: human rights violations, 16279* [26JN] 

most favored nation status, 18041* [29JY] 

religious repression, 7232* [10AP] 

Shukhevych, Yuriy: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 16389* [14JY] 
Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 12839* 
[5JN], 16389* [14JY] 

imprisonment of Nicholas Daniloff (H. Res. 

542), 22648* [10SE] 
Statue of Liberty Commission: awards, 10257* 

[9MY] 
Television: use of name Jan Baltic in NBC pro- 
gram, Highway to Heaven, 4582* [12MR] 
Ukraine: "Harvest of Despair" documentary of 
famine, 6824* [8AP] 

independence anniversary, 514* [23JA] 

Taras Shevchenko, tribute, 4367* [11MR] 

Unemployment: LTV Steel Corp., worker layoff in 
Chicago, IL, 11124* [15MY] 



Votes: personal explanation, 18041* [29JY] 
Wrzesnia, Poland: Children's Strike of 1901 anni- 
versary, 15607* [25 JN] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
497 [23JA], 2494 [20FE], 2593 [24FE], 2976 
[26FE], 3647 [5MR], 3851 [6MR], 4120 [10MR], 
4266 [11MR], 4575 [12MR], 4700 [13MR], 5825 
[20MR], 6926 [9AP], 8211 [21AP], 8885 [29AP], 
9144 [30AP], 10213 [8MY], 10521 [13MY], 10702 
[14MY], 10988 [15MY], 11623 [21MY], 12362 
[4JN], 12622 [5JN], 13524 [12JN], 14295 [18JN], 
14740 [19JN], 15285 [24JN], 15603 [25JN], 15765 
[26JN], 16323 [14JY], 16502 [15JY], 16964 [17JY], 
17315 [22JY], 18009 [29JY], 18417 [31JY], 21129 
[12AU], 21733 [14AU], 23469 [16SE], 23668 
[17SE], 29385 [70C] 
Special order: granted, 6054 [25MR], 18668 [1AU] 
Songs 

"Yuriy Shukhevych," Bulletin of the Antibolshevik 
Bloc of Nations, 16389* [14JY] 
Statements 

Middle-Class Family: William Gribbin, 17325* 
[22JY] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 581, National Immigrants Day, 6038* 
[25MR] 
Tributes 
Bielen, Casimir, 9172* [30AP] 
Bogus, Edward, 13642* [12JN] 
Celebrezze, Anthony J., 9172* [30AP] 
D'Angelo, Anthony, 12518* [4JN] 
Gilles, Terry, 3230* [27FE] 
Golema, Sophie, 10563* [13MY] 
Hamzik, Joseph, 22150* [15AU] 
Jasinski, Richard, 16395* [14JY] 
Kosciuszko, Thaddeus, 2228* [18FE] 
Lelko, Richard, 10562* [13MY] 
Lisak, Richard E., 16398* [14JY] 
Masaryk, Thomas, 4004* [6MR] 
McGuire, John, 12532* [4JN] 
Meister, Janice, 29846* [80C] 
Mills, Edward S., 4372* [11MR] 
Mirabelli, Randall P., 4378* [11MR] 
Mol, Joseph B., 14751* [19JN] 
Murray, Robert W., 18822* [1AU] 
O'Brien, George M„ 18401 [31JY] 
O'Connell, William R., 4592* [12MR] 
Perrino, Dan, 14745* [19JN] 
Perrino, Nick, 15627* [25 JN] 
Pierce, Michael A., 2638* [24FE] 
Pulaski, Casimir, 4842* [13MR] 
Pullinski, June, 12518* [4JN] 
Pullinski, William, 12518* [4JN] 
Schrodt, H. Sam, 2634* [24FE] 
Shevchenko, Taras, 4367* [11MR] 
Smith, James L., 4189* [10MR] 
Snyder, Representative, 24672* [18SE] 
Sommer, Keith, 15627* [25JN] 
Tabor, Darren, 2636* [24FE] 
Valenta, Frank J., 9172* [30AP] 
Waner, John, 14481* [18JN] 
Warner, John, 13645* [12JN] 
LIPMAN, DEBORAH S. 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 11701 [21MY] 
LIPP, ARNOLD 
Articles and editorials 

Near the Summit, Arnold Lipp Continues Climb in 
Accounting Business, 3584 [4MR] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 3584 [4MR] 
LIPPMANN, WALTER 
Books 

"U.S. Foreign Policy— Shield of the Republic" (ex- 
cerpt), 13652 [12JN] 
Statements 

Contra Aid, 20825 [12AU] 
LIRTSMAN, ESFIR A. 
Remarks in House 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 3008 [26FE] 
LISAK, RICHARD E 
Remarks in House 
Tribute, 16398 [14JY] 



LITHUANIA 

USEE, JEAN-FRANCOIS 

Articles and editorials 

Reagan's Historic Opportunity, 28395 [30C] 
LITE FOOD LABELING ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 4269), 3071 [27FE] 
LITEKY, CHARLES 
Articles and editorials 

Calling of Charlie Liteky, 29181 [70C] 
Willson— Fasting Vets Are Doing Well, 25744 
[24SE] 
Citation 

Medal of Honor (excerpt), 26095 [25SE] 
Remarks in House 

Central America: public demonstration to protest 
U.S. policy, 23367 [16SE], 25383 [23SE], 29336 
[70C] 
Nicaragua: fasting to protest U.S. policy, 26410 
[26SE] 
Remarks in Senate 

Nicaragua: fast to protest U.S. aid to Contras, 
25743 [24SE], 26095 [25SE] 
Statements 

Renunciation of the Medal of Honor (excerpt), 

26095 [25SE] 
We Risk Death To Save Lives: Vietnam veterans, 
29404 [70C] 
LITERACY TRAINING DEMONSTRATION 

ACT 
Remarks in Senate 

Enact (S. 2762), 21605 [14AU] 
Texts of 

S. 2762, provisions, 21605 [14AU] 
LITERATURE see Arts; Authors and Author- 
ship; Books; Periodicals 
LITHUANIA see also Baltic States 
Articles and editorials 

Baltic Freedom Day, 14832 [20JN] 

Elagu Vaba Eesti, 3167 [27FE] 

Escape to Freedom— Lithuanian Trekked 350 Miles 

To Flee Soviet Gulag, 8224 [21AP] 
Holocaust Hasn't Ended, 14422 [18JN] 
Lithuanian Melodies Play On, 16000 [26JN] 
Bills and resolutions 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 258, 

271; H.J. Res. 500) 
Freedom and independence: sense of Congress (see 

H.J. Res. 669) 
Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see S.J. 
Res. 259) 
Books 

"Autobiography," Anwar el-Sadat (excerpt), 3464 

[4MR] 
"Combat on Communist Territory," Frederic N. 
Smith (excerpt), 3461 [4MR] 
Inscription 

Lithuanian freedom, 3464 [4MR] 
Lists 

Imprisoned members of Helsinki monitoring groups 

in USSR and Lithuania, 29947 [90C] 
Lithuanian American Council officers, 3460 [4MR] 
Manifestoes 

Lithuanian independence: Lithuanian Catholic 
World Congress, 3461 [4MR] 
Petitions 

Independence: Detroit Lithuanian Organizations 
Center, 2846 [26FE] 

Lithuanian American Council, 2678 [25FE] 

Remarks in House 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (H.J. Res. 500), 
13764 [16JN] 

designate (S.J. Res. 271), 10964 [15MY] 

Independence: anniversary, 1437 [3FE], 2070 [6FE], 
2237, 2238 [18FE], 2436, 2442 [19FE], 2775 
[25FE], 3006 [26FE], 3222, 3256 [27FE], 3433 
[3MR], 3460-3469 [4MR] 
Joint Baltic American National Committee: anni- 
versary, 9139 [30AP] 
Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (H.J. Res 

409), 3468 [5MR] 
NBC: airing of program Highway to Heaven, 4582 
[12MR] 






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LITHUANIA 

Remarks in Senate 

Armstrong, Senator: Baltic Freedom Award recipi- 
ent, 9083 [30AP] 

Baltic Freedom Day: designate (S.J. Res. 271), 1921 
[6FE], 3166 [27FE], 13729 [13JN] 

observance, 13378 [11JN], 14422 [18JN], 

14832 [20JN], 16009 [26JN] 

Baltic States: Soviet annexation, 14970 [23JN] 

U.S. policy of nonrecognition, 23582 [16SE] 

Baltimore, MD: Lithuanian Melody Hour, 16000 
[26JN] 

Carney, Representative: Baltic Freedom Award re- 
cipient, 9083 [30AP] 

Commission on Security and Cooperation in 
Europe (Staff): Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 
9083 [30AP] 

Independence: anniversary, 797 [29JA], 1934, 1935, 
1940 [6FE], 2140, 2203, 2206, 2216, 2218, 2219 
[18FE], 2408 [19FE], 2561 [20FE], 2884 [26FE] 

Joint Baltic National Committee: anniversary, 10115 
[8MY] 

Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 



Baltic Freedom Award recipient, 



of occupation, 13862 



Kojelis, Linas 

9083 [30AP] 

Palmer, Mark 

9083 [30AP] 

Riegle, Senator: Baltic Freedom Award recipient 

9083 [30AP] 
Soviet Union: anniversary 
[16JN] 
Reports 

Soviet Imprisoned Members of the Helsinki Moni- 
toring Groups: Commission on Security and Co- 
operation in Europe, 2477 [20FE] 
Reports filed 

Designate Lithuanian Independence Day: Commit- 
tee on the Judiciary (H.J. Res. 409), 2529 [20FE] 
Designate National Literacy Day: Committee on 

the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 363), 14595 [19JN] 
Designate National Reading Is Fun Week: Commit- 
tee on the Judiciary (S.J. Res. 286), 5664 [20MR] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Baltic Freedom Day: Lithuanian American Council, 
3462 [4MR] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 409, Lithuanian Independence Day, 3460 

[4MR], 3468 [5MR] 
H.J. Res. 500, Baltic Freedom Day, 13764 [16JN] 
S.J. Res. 271, Baltic Freedom Day, 1921 [6FE], 
3167 [27FE], 10964 [15MY] 
LITHUANIAN AMERICAN COUNCIL 
Petitions 

Lithuanian independence, 2678 [25FE] 
LITHUANIAN AMERICANS 
Lists 

Lithuanian American Council officers, 3460 [4MR] 
LITHUANIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY 
Bills and resolutions 

Designate (see S.J. Res. 259) 
Remarks in House 

Designate (H.J. Res. 409), 3468 [5MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Designate (H.J. Res. 409), 3168 [27FE] 
Reports filed 

Designate: Committee on the Judiciary (H.J. Res. 
409), 2529 [20FE] 
Texts of 

H.J. Res. 409, designate, 3460 [4MR], 3468 [5MR] 
LITIGATION ABUSE REFORM ACT 
Amendments 

Enact (S. 2046), 12782 [5JN] 
Articles and editorials 

Business of Conflict, 4015 [7MR] 
Liability Lottery, 4015 [7MR] 

McConnell Bill Would Slow Litigation Flood, 2599 
[24FE] 
Bills and resolutions 

Enact (see S. 2046) 
Remarks in Senate 

Courts: litigation judgment awards (S. 2046), 2598 
[24FE], 2683 [25FE], 4014 [7MR], 7999 [17AP], 
9787 [7MY] 
Enact (S. 2046), 1667 [5FE], 12641 [5JN] 
Texts of 
S. 2406, provisions, 1668-1670 [5FE] 



LITTLE, DAVID 

Articles and editorials 

Heifer Project Aims To Help Feed Poor, 33609 

[170C] 
Heifer Project Kicks Off Fund Drive, 33609 
[170C] 
LITTLE EGG HARBOR, NJ 
Petitions 

Licensing of recreational salt water sports fisher- 
men: township committee, 17819 [28JY] 
LITTLE LAKE CREEK WILDERNESS AREA, 

TX 
Bills and resolutions 

Boundaries: adjust (see S. 2563) 
Remarks in Senate 

Boundaries: adjust (S. 2563), 14179 [17JN] 
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
Communications from 

Report, 16325 (EC3851) [14JY] 
LITTLE ROCK, AR 
Articles and editorials 

Newell Puts the Irish Away and His School on the 

Map, 5574 [19MR] 
Rex Hancock— A Devout Conservationist Who 
Got Results, 17581 [24JY] 
Papers 

Position on Federal Involvement in Port Slack 
Water Harbor Project: port authority, 4988-4990 
[14MR] 
Press releases 

State Senator John F. Bearden, Jr., 2406 [19FE] 
Remarks in House 

McDonnell, Sanford: tribute, 7428 [HAP] 
University of Arkansas: tribute to basketball team, 
5574 [19MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Arkansas: sesquicentennial celebration, 13863 

[16JN] 
Elston, Joseph U.: tribute, 5615 [20MR] 
Hancock, Rex: tribute, 17581 [24JY] 
Minority Enterprise Development Week: observ- 
ance, 28554 [30C] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Name national wildlife refuge after Rex Hancock: 
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, 17581 
[24JY] 
LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, AR 
Remarks in Senate 

Dept. of Defense: authorizing funding for construc- 
tion of Fuel Systems Maintenance Dock, 20247 
[9AU] 
LITTLE ROCK (AR) ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT 
Articles and editorials 

"Buy America" Plan Pays Off, Walton Says, 3408 

[3MR] 
Funding Loss To Hit Arkansas Hardest, 8636 

[24AP] 
Tyson Defends Retention of Tax Breaks, 33910 
[6NO] 
LITTLE ROCK (AR) ARKANSAS GAZETTE 
Articles and editorials 

Economic Impact of Drought on Farmers (ex- 
cerpt), 19025 [5AU] 
Rex Hancock— A Devout Conservationist Who 

Got Results, 17581 [24JY] 
Tax Break Benefiting Tyson Kept, 33909 [6NO] 
Wait Just One More Election, 1630 [4FE] 
Walton Touts U.S. Goods, Buying Plan— Pitch 
Fervent, Positive, 3408 [3MR] 
LITTLEJOHN, C. BRUCE 
Articles and editorials 

Most Decisions Throughout Life Have To Be 
Based on Convictions, 29546 [80C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 29546 [80C] 
LITTLETON, MA 
Remarks in House 

Explorer Post 1: tribute, 33585 [170C] 
LITTON INDUSTRIES 
Articles and editorials 

Contract Policy— Litton Division Indicted for 
Fraud— Navy Imposes Suspension on Company, 
17729 [25 J Y] 



Litton Unit Guilty Plea on Fraud, 17729 [25 J Y] 
Remarks in Senate 

Dept. of Defense: military contracting fraud, 17729 
[25JY] 
LIVERMORE, CA 
Remarks in House 

Conner, Dale: tribute, 33563 [HOC] 
LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY see Agriculture 
LIVESTOCK WEEKLY 
Letters 

Impact of futures trading and the cattle industry: 
Wade Choate (excerpt), 25825 [24SE] 
LIVESTOCK WEEKLY (publication) 
Articles and editorials 

Livestock for Trade on Commodity Futures (ex- 
cerpt), 20557 [11AU] 
LIVINGSTON, BOB (a Representative from Louisi- 
ana) 
Addresses 

Angola: Jose E. dos Santos, 23623 [17SE] 
Building America's Future in a Changing Political 
System: Representative Kemp, 21425«-21427« 
[13AU] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 
28705 [60C] 

H.R. 4759, Intelligence Authorization Act, 

26202 [25SE] 
Funeral Committee of Joseph P. Addabbo, 7363 
[HAP] 
Articles and editorials 

AID Has Kept the Country Going With Money 
and Know-How but El Salvador Has Supplied 
the Spirit, Mario Rosenthal, El Salvador News- 
Gazette (publication), 21750* [HAU] 
Release of Lawrence M. Jenco, 18410 [31JY] 
White House Raises Stakes as Contra Votes 
Looms— Key House Members Still Unpersuaded, 
Milton Coleman and Edward Walsh, Washington 
(DC) Post, 4104 [10MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

My Nationality American Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 739), 26075 [24SE] 
Newman, Joseph W.: relief (see H.R. 4200), 2293 

[19FE] 
Nicaragua: radio broadcasting by a separate service 
within Voice of America (see H.R. 4343), 3853 
[6MR] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Afghanistan Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 537), 

4578 [12MR] 
Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 

310), 9147 [30AP] 
American Armored Force: monument in Arlington, 

VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 19461 [6AU] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 25374 [22SE] 
Angola: opposition to system of oppression and 
promote development of democracy (see H.R. 
3598), 3107 [27FE] 
Angola Loan Restriction Act: enact (see H.R. 

4145), 2979 [26FE] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 1780 [5FE] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

9146 [30AP] 
Berlin Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 587), 

9554 [6MY] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 475), 6931 [9AP] 
Bilingual Education Act: make Federal financial as- 
sistance available for children of limited English 
proficiency (see H.R. 4538), 10990 [15MY] 
Challenger (space shuttle): designate seven moons of 
Uranus in honor of crew members (see H.J. Res. 
508), 1503 [4FE] 
Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 
gifts and donations (see H.R. 4202), 3854 [6MR] 
Civil service: correct inequities in credit for retire- 
ment purposes (see H.R. 3006), 48 [21JA] 
Claiborne, Harry E.: impeachment (see H. Res. 
487), 15287 [24JN] 



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Communications Act: restrict obscene and indecent 
communications by phone (see H.R. 4439), 5307 
[I8MR] 
Constitution: authorize minting in commemoration 

of bicentennial (see H.R. 3415), 22737 [10SE] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 27426 

[30SE] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

6932 [9AP] 
Dept. of Defense: prohibit implementation of rule 
to establish rates charged by vessels to be exces- 
sive under Cargo Preference Act (see H.R. 5532), 
28824 [60C] 
Disaster Relief Act: establish cost sharing formulas 

for assistance (see H.R. 4934), 301 17 [90C] 
Drugs: mandatory penalties for importation or ex- 
portation of controlled substances (see H.R. 
1946), 10523 [13MY] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
expand options and choices available to cer- 
tain children (see H.R. 5409), 21246 [13AU] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 9146 [30AP] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (see H. 

Con. Res. 285), 3650 [5MR] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

4268 [11MR] 
Federal Aviation Act: ensure air carriers do not 
discriminate against handicapped (see H.R. 5154), 
17318 [22JY] 
Firearms: prohibit manufacture and importation of 

certain (see H.R. 4194), 3388 [3MR] 
GATT: upcoming negotiations (see H. Con. Res. 

385), 22146 [15AU] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 12365 [4JM] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14742 [19JN] 
Indian Economic Development Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3597), 11948 [22MY] 
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 

NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 4702 [13MR] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

16505 [15JY] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 

Con. Res. 313), 7893 [17AP] 
express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8213 
[21AP] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 9146 [30AP] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 22246 [8SE] 
Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 345), 1779 [5FE] 
Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

651), 28179 [20C] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 18420 [31JY] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 26370 [25SE] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see HJ. Res. 611), 21247 [13AU] 
National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 

24687 [18SE] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

28180 [20C] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 3649 [5MR] 



National Back Awareness Week: designate (see HJ 

Res. 444), 693 1 [9AP] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7556 [15AP] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 18420 [31 J Y] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 562), 4268 [11MR] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19745 [7AU] 
National Commission on Liability Crisis: establish 

(see H.R. 4655), 9776 [7MY] 
National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 90), 

5566 [19MR] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

602), 18908 [4AU] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Employ the Older Worker Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 523), 2294 [19FE] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 5076 [17MR] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 11949 
[22MY] 
National Garden Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

266), 6931 [9AP] 
National Hemophilia Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 254), 236 [22JA] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 23474 [16SE] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 657), 26370 [25SE] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 18420 [31JY] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 6057 [25MR] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 480), 6932 [9AP] 
National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 512), 18670 [1AU] 
National Nuclear Medicine Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 297), 2594 [24FE] 
National Outreach to the Rural Disabled Day: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 733), 27117 [29SE] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 502), 7127 [10AP] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 23016 [USE] 
National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 131), 9776 [7MY] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 26076 [24SE] 
National Teacher Recognition Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 505), 3854 [6MR] 
National Teachers Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

460), 2294 [19FE] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

642), 14742 [19JN] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 

278), 2294 [19FE] 
National Union for the Total Independence of 
Angola: sense of House regarding support (see H. 
Res. 393), 16505 [15JY] 
National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 
Natural gas: promote competition, open access to 
transportation, and encourage production (see 
H.R. 4604), 7689 [16AP] 



LIVINGSTON, BOB 

NIH Centennial Year: designate (see H.J. Res. 709), 

26076 [24SE] 
NRC: establish emergency response program (see 

H.R. 5192), 16966 [17JY] 
OAS: implement 1979 resolution on democracy in 
Nicaragua (see H. Con. Res. 349), 12624 [5JN] 
Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 3481 
[4MR] 
Petroleum: revitalize oil and gas production (see 

H.R. 5596), 26369 [25SE] 
Polygraph examinations: set minimum standards for 

administration (see H.R. 3916), 2017 [6FE] 
Post Office Building, La Place, LA: designate as 
Gillis W. Long, Post Office Building (see H.R. 
4782), 10214 [8MY] 
Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (see H.R. 4476), 5897 
[21 MR] 
Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act: repeal 
prohibitions against petroleum and natural gas 
(see H.R. 4402), 9466 [5MY] 
President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 
on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 21736 
[14AU] 
Product safety: regulate interstate commerce for 
uniform treatment of selected liability problems 
(see H.R. 4425), 15287 [24JN] 
Queens County, NY: designate Joseph P. Addabbo 
VA Extended Care Center at St. Albans (see 
H.R. 5472), 22145 [15AU] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

4703 [13MR] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

4703 [13MR] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 9554 
[6MY] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H. 

Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 
State and local governments: equitable treatment 
for participating in food stamp plan (see H.R. 
4405), 10523 [13MY] 
set minimum polygraph examinations stand- 
ards for administration (see H.R. 3916), 2017 
[6FE] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 

increase (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 
deny foreign credits to countries which pro- 
vide support to international terrorism (see H.R. 
4278), 9146 [30AP] 
Executive order to deny foreign income ex- 
clusion (see H.R. 4056), 2978 [26FE] 

repeal windfall profit on domestic crude oil 

(see H.R. 4887), 11947 [22MY] 

requirement to substantiate deduction for 

business use of vehicle (see H.R. 4299), 6057 
[25MR] 

restrict credit for dependent care services 

(see H.R. 4787), 10214 [8MY] 
Terrorism: establish Federal criminal offense for 
acts against nationals abroad (see H.R. 4304), 
42*9 [11MR] 

protect U.S. citizens (see H.R. 4611), 7890 

[17AP] 
Trade Act: disapproving President's recommenda- 
tion to extended waiver authority (see H. Res. 
475), 13526 [12JN] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to convene (see 
H.J. Res. 244), 16967 [17JY] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 1503 [4FE] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H. J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 

commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 2594 [24FE] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 






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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



LIVINGSTON, BOB 

Broadcasts 

Nicaragua and Cuba: President Reagan, Radio 
Marti, 14854* [20JN] 
Communiques 
Commitment to obtain liberation: United Nicara- 
guan Opposition, 14460* [18JN] 
Documents 

Basic Agreements: United Nicaraguan Opposition, 
14194* [17JN] 
Letters 

Authorizing appropriations for intelligence services: 
by, and 6 other House Members, 21452 [13AU] 
Chemical weapons development: Donald A. Hicks, 
21191 [13AU] 

John E. Krings, 21191 [13AU] 

Coast Guard rescue operations in Metairie, LA: P. 

Carey Becker (sundry), 26085* [24SE] 
Concerns relative to BellSouth Corp.: R.J. Sharp 
and R.N. Travis, 513* [23JA] 
Remarks by, on 

Addabbo, Joseph P.: tribute, 8398 [22AP] 
AID: El Salvador funding, 21750* [14AU] 
Alcoholic beverages: provision of Federal highway 
aid relative to State drinking age, 3790* [6MR] 
Angola: military assistance, 23622 [17SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14230 
[18JN] 

enact (H.R. 4868), veto, 27082 [29SE] 

Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge, 
New Orleans, LA: establish (H.R. 5262), 25394 
[23SE] 
Budget: changes in spending and revenue provisions 

(H.R. 3128), 3790* [6MR] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5465, 
5466 [19MR] 

U.S. policy, 2288-2494 [20FE] 

Chemical warfare: binary weapons development, 

21190 [13AU] 
China, Republic of: tribute to Chiang Kai-shek, 

28155* [20C] 
Civil liberties: Iran, 3478* [4MR] 
Coast Guard: rescue operations, 26085* [24SE] 
Congress: tribute to 99th, 32994 [HOC] 
Costa Rica: public opinion poll relative to U.S. 

policy, 2288-2494 [20FE] 
Cuba: U.S. policy, 14854* [20JN] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 21190 [13AU], 21656 
[14AU] 
making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15469, 15487, 15488, 15495, 
15500 [25JN] 
El Salvador: budget, 21750* [14AU] 

public opinion poll relative to U.S. policy, 

2288-2494 [20FE] 
Emergency Energy Act: enact (H.R. 4476), 14198* 

[17JN] 
Employment: polygraph testing, 4519, 4530, 4531 

[12MR] 
Ethiopia: famine and resettlement policy (H. Con. 
Res. 285), 4259* [11MR] 

human rights violations, 4259* [11MR] 

Foreign relations: budget, 21750* [14AU] 

Ethiopia, 4259* [11MR] 

Nicaragua, 4104 [10MR], 5049, 5062-5074 

[17MR], 5274 [18MR], 14194* [17JN], 14460* 
[18JN], 14854* [20JN] 
Great Lakes: Dept. of Defense funding for trans- 
portation of cargo, 21656 [14AU] 
Guatemala: public opinion poll relative to U.S. 

policy, 2288-2494 [20FE] 
House: commemorative legislation, 8733* [24AP] 

legislative program, 2291 [19FE], 5074 

[17MR] 
Housing Act: enact (H.R. 1), 12317 [4JN] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 4759), 

23622 [17SE] 
Iran: human rights violations, 3478* [4MR] 
Metairie, LA: Coast Guard rescue operations, 

26085* [24SE] 
Military assistance: Angola, 23622 [17SE] 



National observances: establish commission to 

advise President (H.R. 479), 8733* [24AP] 
Natural Gas Policy Act: amend (H.R. 4604), 14198* 

[17JN] 
Navy: strategic homeporting, 15487, 15488, 15495, 

15500 [25JN] 
New Orleans, LA: National Conference of State 
Legislators, 21425* [13AU] 

payment of certain ineligible costs under 

model cities program, 12317 [4JN] 
Newman, Joseph W.: denial of patent, 8593 [24AP] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15469 [25JN] 

Contra aid in continuing resolution, 26199 

[25SE] 
covert aid for military and paramilitary oper- 
ations, 4104 [10MR], 5049, 5062-5074 [17MR], 
5274 [18MR], 14460* [18JN], 14854* [20JN] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540), 

5465, 5466 [19MR] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601), 

7625 [16AP] 

prison system, 5068-5074 [17MR], 5274 

[18MR] 

public opinion poll relative to U.S. policy, 

2288-2494 [20FE] 

U.S. policy, 14194* [17JN], 14460* [18JN], 

14854* [20JN] 

United Nicaraguan Opposition, 14194* 

[17JN], 14460* [18JN] 
Patents: denial to Joseph W. Newman, 8593 [24AP] 
Polygraph Protection Act: enact (H.R. 1524), 4519, 

4530, 4531 [12MR] 
Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (H.R. 4476), 14198* [17JN] 

natural gas deregulation, 14198* [17JN] 

Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act: repeal an- 

tigas portions, 14198* [17JN] 
Radio Marti: interview with President Reagan, 

14854* [20JN] 
Roads and highways: provision of Federal aid rela- 
tive to State drinking age, 3790* [6MR] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 

(H. Con. Res. 350), 14694 [19JN] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 14230 [18JN], 

27082 [29SE] 
Soviet Union: compliance with SALT II Treaty, 

14694 [19JN] 
Special order: vacated, 5274 [18MR] 
States: return of Outer Continental Shelf drilling 

revenues to certain, 3790* [6MR] 
Task Force on Toxic Emergencies: release of 

report, 25073* [19SE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 513* [23JA] 
Water Resources, Conservation, Development, and 
Infrastructure Improvement and Rehabilitation 
Act: enact (H.R. 6), conference report, 33089 
[170C] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
497 [23JA], 3790 [6MR], 4104 [10MR], 4519 
[12MR], 5049 [17MR], 5465 [19MR], 7625 
[16AP], 8593, 8595 [24AP], 14076 [17JN], 14230, 
14295 [18JN], 14694, 14740 [19JN], 15468 [25JN], 
21129 [12AU], 21190 [13AU], 21733 [14AU], 
23622 [17SE], 24685 [18SE], 26074 [24SE], 26199 
[25SE], 27081 [29SE], 32154 [150C], 33089 
[170C] 
Leave of absence: granted, 1489 [4FE] 
Special order: granted, 2129 [18FE], 2290 [19FE], 
5074 [17MR], 5306 [18MR], 9761 [7MY] 
Reports 

Nicaraguan Prison System: Wesley Smith (ex- 
cerpts), 5068-5072 [17MR], 5274 [18MR] 
Tributes 
Chiang Kai-shek, 28155* [20C] 
Loeffler, Representative, 32682* [160C] 
O'Brien, George M„ 18410* [31JY] 
LIVINGSTON, NJ 
Remarks in House 

De Chiara, Pasquale T.: tribute, 13182 [10JN] 
Lindner, Debbie: tribute, 9958 [7MY] 
LIVINGSTON UNIVERSITY 
Remarks in Senate 

Anniversary, 158 [21JA] 



LIVONIA, MI 

Remarks in House 

Vogel, Gil and Veda: tribute, 12837 [5JN] 
LIVSHITZ, VLADIMIR 
Remarks in House 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 10975, 10977 
[15MY], 11966 [22MY], 14871 [20JN], 30148 
[90C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Soviet Union: efforts to emigrate, 3125 [27FE], 
13631 [I2JN] 
LLOYD, DAISY R. 
Articles and editorials 

Daisy Lloyd Honored by Purdue for a Life of 
Service, 21136 [12AU] 
LLOYD, JIM (a former Representative from Califor- 
nia) 
Lists 

Former Members of Congress reception attendee, 
10646 [14MY] 
LLOYD, LADALE 
Articles and editorials 

U.S. Representative Bill Nichols Honored at 
Groundbreaking Ceremonies, 21784 [15AU] 
LLOYD, MARILYN (a Representative from Tennes- 
see) 
Articles and editorials 

Alone but Right, London (England) Times, 11096* 

[15MY] 
Mary Rose Oakar— A Leader in the House Who 
Speaks Her Mind, Spencer Rich, Washington 
(DC) Post, 7584* [15AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

House rules: require rollcall vote on passage of any 
measure making appropriations or providing rev- 
enues (see H. Res. 399), 4703 [13MR] 
Individual retirement accounts: continue tax deduc- 
tion (see H. Res. 496), 16746 [16JY] 
IRS: effective date of regulation for deduction to 
business use of vehicles (see H.R. 4480), 5898 
[21 MR] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from U.N. (see H. Con. 

Res. 323), 8477 [23AP] 
Nicaragua: approve President's request for assist- 
ance (see H.J. Res. 576), 5898 [21MR] 
Product safety: increase criminal penalties for poi- 
soning or adulteration of food and drugs (see 
H.R. 4481), 5898 [21 MR] 
Soviet Union: prohibit purchase of uranium enrich- 
ment services (see H.R. 4048), 498 [23JA] 
Taxation: deny foreign credits to countries that sup- 
port terrorism (see H.R. 4678), 8476 [23AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 

310), 9147 [30AP] 
Annuities; treat as if 3-year basis recovery rule had 
not been repealed (see H.R. 5600), 26370 [25SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Awareness Month: designate (see 

H. Res. 311), 705[29JA] 
Appropriations: amend House rules to require roll- 
call vote (see H. Res. 347), 5077 [17MR] 

extend revenue sharing program (see H.R. 

1400), 4577 [12MR] 
Armed Forces: safety requirements relative to 
transportation of members on chartered aircraft 
(see H.R. 4014), 3854 [6MR] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025, 4075), 2594 [24FE], 2978 [26FE] 
Banks and banking: prevent crimes connected with 
automated teller machines (see H.R. 5238), 19117 
[5AU] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 2017 [6FE] 
Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 475), 9146 [30AP] 
Budget: constitutional amendment relative to proce- 
dures (see H.J. Res. 643), 24803 [19SE] 
disapproval of rescission for urban develop- 
ment action grant program (see H.J. Res. 522), 
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domestic economic summit conference to de- 
velop comprehensive plan for reducing deficits 
(see H.J. Res. 497), 4704 [13MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): NASA plaque for astro- 
nauts (see H.J. Res. 516), 4578 [12MR] 
Children: protect rights of victims of abuse (see 

H.R. 5000), 13267 [1 UN] 
Children's Challenger Center for Space Science: es- 
tablish (see H.J. Res. 607), 13074 [10JN] 
China, People's Republic of: stress the release from 
prison of Roman Catholic priests, Protestant pas- 
tors, and layworkers (see H. Con. Res. 26), 1780 
[5FE] 
Chocolate: tariff (see H. Res. 567), 27117 [29SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060) 
2293 [19FE] 
Communications Act: encoding of satellite-transmit- 
ted programming (see H.R. 3989), 17506 [23 JY] 

2-year moratorium on encryption of satellite 

cable programming (see H.R. 1769), 14297 [18JN] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 
deferral of budget authority (see H.J. Res. 541) 
3107 [27FE] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 
(see H. Con. Res. 225), 9212 [1MY] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 1074 [30JA] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 15605 

[25JN] 
Cooperative Extension Service: funding (see H. 

Res. 413), 10704 [14MY] 
Copland, Aaron: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 3041), 11948 [22MY] 
Courts: establish specialized corps of Federal judges 

(see H.R. 1213), 12364 [4JN] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

9553 [6MY] 
Dept. of Defense: establish national special oper- 
ations agency (see H.R. 5109), 15769 [26JN] 

reorganize (see H.R. 4370), 4703 [13MR] 

Diseases: assistance for Alzheimer's education, re- 
search, and other related disorders (see H R 
2280), 17693 [24JY] 
Drugs: ban on reimportation, restrictions on sam- 
ples, and resales purchased by hospitals (see H.R 
4820), 13269 [1 UN] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

establish effective schools and encourage 

joint parent-child approaches (see H.R. 4463) 
7892 [17AP] 

establish training to improve competitiveness 

in international trade (see H.R. 4728), 10282 
[12MY] 
82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: recognize 

(see H.R. 669), 48 [21JA] 
Elections: improve law relative to absentee registra- 
tion and voting for uniformed services and per- 
sons who reside overseas (see H.R. 4393) 8213 
[21AP] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 14078 [17JN] 
Export Administration Act: place restrictions on 
exporting crude oil from Cook Inlet, AK (see 
H.R. 3817), 4703 [13MR] 
Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 561), 

6932 [9AP] 
Farm Credit Act: amend relative to interest rates 
charged by institutions and financial operations 
(see H.R. 5635), 28178 [20C] 
competitive interest rates for fanners, ranch- 
ers, and cooperative borrowers (see H.R. 5497) 
22737 [10SE] 
Federal employees: forfeiture of retirement benefits 
upon conviction of felony (see H.R. 3388), 10990 
[15MY] 

reduce use of limousines (see H.R. 3683), 48 

[21JA] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894) 
7367 [14AP] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H J 
Res. 745), 28824 [6QC] 



Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 26428 [26SE] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

381), 5829 [20MR] 
Handicapped: prohibit discrimination by airlines 

(see H.R. 5274), 24687 [18SE] 
Hands Across America Day: designate (see H.J 

Res. 462), 48 [21 J A] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
15605 [25 JN] 
Insurance: prohibit discrimination on basis of blind- 
ness (see H.R. 2741), 2496 [20FE] 
Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 

(see H.R. 4524), 8888 [29AP] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 4704 [13MR] 
Judges: authorize appointment of additional bank- 
ruptcy (see H.R. 4128), 3854 [6MR] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Libya: express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

531), 8763 [28AP] 
Made in America Month: designate (see H.J. Res 

688), 19952 [8AU] 
Medicare: assure quality inpatient and post-hospital 
services (see H.R. 4638), 18011 [29JY] 

increase in payment for inpatient hospital 

services (see H.R. 3767), 1074 [30JA] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 14079 
[17JN] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union shouM release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
14079 [17JN] 
Military Whistleblowers Protection Act: enact (see 

H.R. 3898), 5076 [17MR] 
Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 
Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 
NASA: review and implement report by National 
Commission on Space (see H.R. 5366), 19951 
[8AU] 
National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

651), 13073 [10JN] 
National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 617), 16326 [14JY] 
National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 700), 25457 [23SE] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Air and Space Museum: authorize Smith- 
sonian Institution to plan, design, and construct 
facilities (see H.R. 4183), 4269 [11MR] 
National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 23016 [USE] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 7690 [16AP] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H J 

Res. 596), 8412 [22AP] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 20744 [11AU] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 7127 [10AP] 
National Association of State Directors of Veterans 
Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024), 6638 
[SAP] 
National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 7690 [16AP] 
National Barrier Awareness Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 544), 7556 [15AP] 
National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H J 

Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 
National Black (Afro-American) History Month: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 448), 1780 [5FE] 



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National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J 

Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 27117 [29SE] 
National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 2678 
[25FE] 
National Child Safety Month: designate (see HJ 

Res. 562), 7893 [17AP] 
National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19745 [7AU] 
National Commission on Liability Crisis: establish 

(see H.R. 4655), 9466 [5MY] 
National Congregate and Meals on Wheels Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 556), 4121 [10MR] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 11184 [19MY] 
National defense stockpile: establishment by law of 

goals (see H.R. 3743), 2978 [26FE] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J Res 

602), 11949 [22MY] 
National Digestive Diseases Awareness Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 554), 6932 [9AP] 
National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 568), 17507 [23JY] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [1 1 AU] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 
National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 20744 [11AU] 
National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 555), 19745 [7AU] 
National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 577), 15772 [26JN] 
National Guard: recognize role played in national 

defense (see H.J. Res. 220), 5829 [20MR] 
National Hemophilia Month: designate (see H J 

Res. 254), 236 [22JA] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 632), 11449 [20MY] 
National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

586), 23474 [16SE] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 18420 [31JY] 
National Infection Control Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 
National Intelligence Community Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 527), 10990 [15MY] 
National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

429), 48 [21 J A] 
National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 
National Medical Laboratory Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 480), 6932 [9AP] 
National Neighborhood Housing Services Week: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 492), 8888 [29AP] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 1357 [3FE] 
National Pension Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

600), 7555 [15AP] 
National Philanthropy Day: designate (see H.J. Res 

326), 11449 [20MY] 
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 3855 [6MR] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 451), 3108 [27FE] 
National Reading Is Fun Week: designate (see H.J 

Res. 502), 6639 [8AP] 
National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 12982 [9JN] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

designate (see H.J. Res. 590), 9776 [7MY] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res 
484), 8477 [23 A P] 



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National Social Studies Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 410), 16504 [15JY] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 19952 [8AU] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 2979 [26FE] 
National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

642), 14889 [23JN] 
National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 

278), 2979 [26FE] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 5308 [18MR] 
National Year of the Americas: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 640), 12130 [3JN] 
Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 

8888 [29AP] 
NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
13268 [11JN] 
9-1-1 Emergency Number Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 708), 24687 [18SE] 
Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 2495 
[20FE] 
OPM: study consequences of retroactively repeal- 
ing 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 5600), 
26370 [25SE] 
Perot Commission on Americans Missing in South- 
east Asia: establish (see H. Con. Res. 129), 7367 
[HAP] 
Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 547), 16747 [16JY] 
Polygraph examinations: set minimum standards for 

administration (see H.R. 3916), 2978 [26FE] 
Postal Service: computing amount of deductions al- 
lowed to rural mail carriers for use of automo- 
biles (see H.R. 4715), 9145 [30AP] 
POWs: veterans' benefits (see H.R. 864), 2293 

[19FE] 
Printing: reduce paperwork burden (see H.R. 3508), 

2293 [19FE] 
Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4338), 7690 [16AP] 
Saudi Arabia: prohibiting proposed sales of missiles 

(see H.J. Res. 589), 6930 [9AP] 
SBA: elevate Administrator to Cabinet status (see 

H.R. 2462), 14742 [19JN] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

8888 [29AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

8888 [29AP] 
Sec. of Agriculture: investigate identification proce- 
dures used in lieu of hot-iron branding of animals 
(see H. Res. 407), 7556 [15AP] 
Sec. of Defense: defer award of contract to Defense 
Construction Supply Center Solicitation for pur- 
chase of tractors (see H. Con. Res. 315), 8763 
[28AP] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

9553 [6MY] 
Social Security: coverage for employees of religious 
organizations shall be optional (see H.R. 4336), 
3853 [6MR] 
eliminate 3% trigger for cost of living ad- 
justments (see H.R. 4633), 16326 [14JY] 

ensure fiscal integrity of trust funds (see 

H.R. 3744), 2293 [19FE] 

furnish comprehensive, catastrophic, long 

term, and preventive benefits (see H.R. 4287), 
3287 [28FE] 

improve treatment of small rural hospitals 

and sole community (see H.R. 4788), 14742 
[19JN] 

safeguard integrity of trust funds (see H.R. 

4067), 8888 [29AP] 

swing-bed program (see H.R. 3000), 3388 

[3MR] 
Social Security Administration: establish as inde- 
pendent agency (see H.R. 5050), 14297 [18JN] 
South Africa: release Nelson Mandela from prison 
and lift restrictions imposed on Winnie Mandela 
(see H. Con. Res. 243), 499 [23JA] 



Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H. 

Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 
State and local governments: set minimum poly- 
graph examinations standards for administration 
(see H.R. 3916), 2978 [26FE] 
States: establish Federal grants for drug abuse edu- 
cation (see H.R. 4155), 18908 [4AU] 
Strategic materials: establish requirements to stock- 
pile (see H.R. 4781), 10214 [8MY] 
Tariff: chocolate (see H. Res. 556), 25457 [23SE] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29835 [80C] 

allow deduction to individual medical care 

account (see H.R. 2830), 28824 [60C] 

allow homeowners to deduct prepaid interest 

on principal residence (see H.R. 4849, 4911), 
16967 [17JY], 17317 [22 J Y] 

deductions for medical and dental expenses 

should not be greater than 5% of adjusted gross 
income (see H. Con. Res. 355), 15773 [26JN] 

effective date of any change in employee's 

annuities (see H. Res. 451), 15773 [26JN] 

reform legislation shall not take effect before 

January 1, 1987 (see H.R. 4141), 4269 [11MR] 
Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 

areas (see H. Con. Res. 308), 8888 [29AP] 
prohibit obscene and indecent communica- 
tions (see H.R. 4439), 26428 [26SE] 
Terrorism: President should convene summit to 
adopt unified program against (see H. Res. 547), 
27117 [29SE] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 18908 [4AU] 
VA: adjudication of claims for benefits (see H.R. 

585), 15287 [24JN] 
Veterans: exempt funds available to provide bene- 
fits with service connected disabilities (see H.R. 
4391), 7555 [15AP] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to convene (see 
H.J. Res. 244), 17054 [21JY] 
White House Conference on Narcotics Abuse and 
Control: provide for (see H.J. Res. 631), 18671 
[1AU] 
Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 1074 [30JA] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Year of the Reader: designate (see H.J. Res. 671), 

26076 [24SE] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 
commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 5566 [19MR] 
Books 

"Strategic Defense— Star Wars in Perspective," 
Keith B. Payne, 11082* [15MY] 
Documents 

Graphite: Webster's II University Dictionary, 
12297* [3JN] 
Film 

"Girl Who Spelled Freedom," ABC, 2785* [25FE] 
Forewords 

"Strategic Defense— Star Wars in Perspective," 
Zbigniew Brzezinski, 11082* [15MY] 
Lists 

Clean coal technology proposals, 11088* [15MY] 
Remarks by. on 

Acid Deposition Control Act: enact (H.R. 4567), 

12833* [5JN] 
Agriculture: emergency assistance to farmers and 
ranchers for drought relief (H.R. 5288), 19025* 
[5AU] 
Angola: military assistance, 23635* [17SE] 
Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14244* 
[18JN] 

enact (H.R. 4868), veto, 27096* [29SE] 

Antisatellite weapons: testing, 21175* [13AU] 
Appalachian Regional Commission: funding, 17421, 

17484 [23JY] 
Appropriations: making urgent supplemental (H.R. 

4515), 10197* [8MY] 
Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 

2932 [26FE], 19927* [8AU] 
Atomic power plant accident: Soviet Union, 12297* 
[3JN] 



Atomic power plants: high temperature gas-cooled 

reactor with graphite, 12297* [3JN] 
Atomic weapons: nonproliferation, 12284* [3JN] 

strategic defense initiative, 11082* [15MY] 

tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2932 [26FE] 

Budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. Con. Res. 

296), 4672* [13MR] 
Central America: economic assistance, 15516 [25JN] 
International Security and Development Co- 
operation Act (H.J. Res. 540), 5527 [19MR], 5727 
[20MR] 
Challenger (space shuttle): space program disaster, 

11093* [15MY], 12297* [3JN] 
Chattanooga, TN: H. Carey Hanlin, tribute, 13426* 
[11JN] 

Linn Yang, tribute, 2785* [25FE] 

Chemical warfare: binary weapons development, 

21199* [13AU] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 

funding, 13508* [12JN] 
Community food and nutrition programs: authoriz- 
ing appropriations (H.R. 4421), 8871* [29AP] 
Community Health Centers Program: funding, 

3603* [6MR] 
Cosponsorship: withdrawal from H.R. 3609, 693 

[29JA] 
Dependent care programs: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4421), 8871* [29AP] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for 
procurement, research, development, and work- 
ing capital (H.R. 4428), 19031* [5AU], 19927* 
[8AU], 21065, 21118* [12AU], 21175*. 21199* 
[13AU], 22069* [15AU] 
authorizing appropriations (S. 2638), confer- 
ence report, 31521 [1SOC] 
making appropriations for military construc- 
tion (H.R. 5052), 15516 [25JN] 

paperwork for small businesses and wage 

rate computation, 22069* [15AU] 
Dept. of Energy: clean coal technology fund, 

11088* [15MY] 
fossil energy research and development pro- 
grams funding, 18343* [31JY] 
Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 

appropriations (H.R. 5234), 18343* [31JY] 
Ecology: acid rain, 12833* [5JN] 

Dept. of Energy clean coal technology fund, 

11088* [15MY] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams, 29631* [80C] 
Energy and water development: making appropria- 
tions (H.R. 5162), 17421, 17484, 17491 [23JY] 
EPA: acid rain, 12833* [5JN] 
Europe: atomic weapons nonproliferation, 12284* 

[3JN] 
Federal employees: restrict use of Government ve- 
hicles (H.R. 3614), 3754* [5MR] 
Federal Housing Administration/Government Na- 
tional Mortgage Association Credit Assistance 
Act: enact (H.R. 4602), 8582* [23AP] 
Federal Power Marketing Administration: use of 
funds for sale or transfer of facilities, 10197* 
[8MY] 
Follow Through Program: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4421), 8871* [29AP] 
Foreign relations: Philippines, 3009* [26FE] 
Foreign trade: textile industry, 18255 [31JY], 19339, 
19359* [6AU] 

U.S. policy, 11565 [21 MY] 

Graphite: combustibility, 12297* [3JN] 
Great Britain: radioactive waste report, 11965* 
[22MY] 

recognizing friendship and assistance relative 

to military response to Libyan terrorism (H. Res. 
424), 11096* [15MY] 
Head Start Program: authorizing appropriations 

(H.R. 4421), 8871* [29AP] 
Housing Act: enact (H.R. 1), 13508* [12JN] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 

11565 [21MY] 
Intelligence Authorization Act: enact (H.R. 4759), 
23635* [17SE] 



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Libya: U.S. military response to terrorist acts, 8330 

[22AP], 11096* [15MY] 
Management Week: observance, 13426* [11JN] 
Military assistance: Angola, 23635* [17SE] 
Mortgage loans: Federal loan insurance and mort- 
gage-backed securities, 8582* [23AP] 

VA home loan guarantee program (H.R. 

4130), 2665* [25FE] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 
and traffic, 29631* [80C] 

national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22949* [USE] 
NASA: Challenger (space shuttle) disaster, 11093*. 
[15MY], 12297* [3JN] 

management, 11093* [15MY] 

National security: technological export controls, 

11565 [21 MY] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15516 [25JN] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 540), 

5527 [19MR], 5727 [20MR] 

military assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 601), 

7621 [16AP] 
Nuclear reactors: high temperature gas-cooled reac- 
tor with graphite, 12297* [3JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22949* [USE], 
29631* [80C] 
Philippines: transfer of political power, 3009* 

[26FE] 
Postal Service: tax treatment of estimated mileage 
allowance for rural letter carriers (H.R. 4715), 
9137* [30AP] 
Power resources: Dept. of Energy clean coal tech- 
nology fund, 11088* [15MY] 

energy dependence, 8330 [22AP] 

Provident Life Insurance Co.: H. Carey Hanlin, 

tribute, 13426* [11JN] 
Public Health Service Act: revise and extend assist- 
ance programs for primary health care (H.R. 
2418), 3603* [6MR] 
Radioactive waste: West Valley Demonstration 

Project, 11965* [22MY] 
Reagan, President: budget proposal, 4672* [13MR] 
SALT II Treaty: Reagan administration policy, 

21118* [12AU] 
Social Security Minor and Technical Changes Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29787* 
[80C] 
South Africa: economic sanctions, 14244* [18JN] 

27096* [29SE] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident, 12297* 
[3JN] 

prohibit purchase of uranium enrichment 

services (H.R. 4048), 490* [23JA], 533* [23JA] 
SSI: program improvements (H.R. 5595), 27333* 

[20C] 
Strategic defense initiative: funding, 21065 [12AU] 

research and development, 11082* [15MY] 

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act: 
enact (H.R. 2005), conference report, 29787* 
[80C] 
Terrorism: Libya, 11096* [15MY] 
Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact 
(H.R. 1562), veto, 18255 [31JY], 19339, 19359* 
[6AU] 
TVA: GAO ruling relative to legality of contract, 

17491 [23JY] 
Uranium: prohibit purchase of enrichment services 
from Soviet Union (H.R. 4048), 490* [23JA], 
533* [23JA] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: fund- 
ing, 13508* [12JN] 
VA: home loan guarantee program (H.R. 4130), 

2665* [25FE] 
West Valley Demonstration Project: radioactive 
waste, 11965* [22MY] 
Remarks in House relative to 
Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 



43 [21JA], 1355 [3FE], 2129 [18FE], 2932 [26FE], 
3387 [3MR], 5527 [19MR], 5727 [20MR], 6633 
[8AP], 7553 [15AP], 7621 [16AP], 9464 [5MY], 
10213 [8MY], 10988 [15MY], 11565, 11623 
[21MY], 12121 [3JN], 12622 [5JN], 13265 [11JN], 
15516 [25JN], 16323 [14JY], 17421, 17484, 17491 
[23JY], 18255 [31JY], 18907 [4AU], 19339, 19359 
[6AU], 21065 [12AU], 22242 [8SE], 23014 [USE], 
28822 [60C] 
Leave of absence: granted, 18668 [1AU] 
Special order: granted, 497 [23JA] 
Reports 

Blocking the Spread of Nuclear Weapons— Ameri- 
can and European Perspectives: Council on For- 
eign Relations, 12284* [3JN] 
Committee on Armed Services, 9762 [7MY] 
Committee on Science and Technology, 9770 

[7MY] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9762, 9770 [7MY] 
Statements 

Antisatellite Weapons: Paul H. Nitze (excerpts), 

21176* [13AU] 
Political Settlement With Nicaragua: (excerpts) 
5727 [20MR] 
Tributes 
Barnes, Representative, 30852 [140C] 
Fuqua, Representative, 27105 [29SE] 
Hanlin, H. Carey, 13426* [11JN] 
Holt, Representative, 30852 [140C] 
Mikulski, Representative, 30852 [140C] 
Mitchell, Representative, 30852 [140C] 
Oakar, Representative, 7584* [15AP] 
Yang, Linn, 2785* [25FE] 
LLOYD NOLAND FOUNDATION 
Remarks in Senate 

Noland, Lloyd: tribute, 27143 [30SE] 
Roper, William L.: recipient of Lloyd Noland 
Health Pioneer Award, 27143 [30SE] 
LOANS see Banks and Banking; Credit 
LOBBYISTS 
Articles and editorials 

Bob McGlotten— As Labor's Top Lobbyist, Fight- 
ing To Hold the Line, 13655 [12JN] 
Capitol Hill Persuader Nonpareil, 2770 [25FE] 
James Mack— NMTBA's Weapon in Winning In- 
dustry Protection, 14469 [18JN] 
Lobbying Activities of Michael Deaver (excerpt), 

11316 [20MY] 
Michael Deaver's Guatemalan Connection, 12028 

[22MY] 
Pulling Strings— Savvy Lobbyists Gain Clout in 
Washington for Foreign Clients, 16755-16756 
[16JY] 
Putting Some Limits on PAC's, 18435 [31JY] 
Bills and resolutions 

Disclosure (see H.R. 5101) 

Ex-civilian and military officials: time restriction for 
representing certain foreign interests (see H.R. 
5097) 
Executive Office of the President: department status 
relative to Ethics in Government Act (see S. 
2465; H.R. 4857) 
Ex-Federal officials: prohibit certain from repre- 
senting or advising a foreign government in 
transactions with the U.S. Government (see H.R 
4863) 
Ex-Members of Congress: prohibit from represent- 
ing or advising a foreign government in transac- 
tions with the U.S. Government (see H.R. 4863) 
Federal employees: time restriction for certain pri- 
vate sector employment (see H.R. 4819) 
time restriction for private sector employ- 
ment of former (see S. 2334) 
Government officials: time restriction for represent- 
ing or advising certain foreign entities (see H.R. 
5426) 
Members of Congress: time restriction for certain 

private sector employment (see H.R. 4819) 
time restriction for private sector employ- 
ment of former (see S. 2334) 

time restriction for representing or advising 

certain foreign entities (see H.R. 5426) 
Presidents and Vice Presidents: time restriction for 
representing or advising certain foreign entities 
(see H.R. 5426) 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Documents 

National Committee To Preserve Social Security 
and Medicare Mailings, 11611, 11613 [21MY] 
Remarks in House 
Cerin, Elmer: tribute, 2770 [25FE] 
Federal employees: time restriction for certain pri- 
vate sector employment (H.R. 4819), 10729 
[14MY] 
Foreign Representation Restrictions Act: enact 

(H.R. 5097), 16755 [16JY] 
Jolly, Tom, and family: tribute, 33589 [170C] 
Mack, James: tribute, 14469 [18JN] 
Members of Congress: time restriction for certain 
private sector employment (H.R. 4819), 10729 
[14MY] 
National Committee To Preserve Social Security 
and Medicare: lobbying activities, 11602, 11608- 
11616 [21MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Executive Office of the President: department status 
relative to Ethics in Government Act (S. 2465), 
11315 [20MY] 
Political action committees: influence on Govern- 
ment policies, 18435 [31JY] 
Reports 

1985: 3rd quarter (additionals), 1075 [30JA] 

4th quarter, 1075 [30JA] 

4th quarter (additionals), 11002 [15MY] 

1986: 1st quarter, 11002 [15MY] 

1st quarter (additionals), 19952 [8AU] 

2d quarter, 19952 [8AU] 

LOBIEN, RUTH A. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 7245 [10AP] 
LOCAL ANTI-TERRORISM PLANNING ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 3712), 17700 [24JY] 
LOCAL EXCHANGE BYPASS PROCEDURES 

ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 4172), 2434 [19FE] 
Texts of 

H.R. 4172, provisions, 2435 [19FE] 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
Addresses 

Revenue Sharing Program: Henry Cisneros, 8620 
[24AP] 
Amendments 

Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 29915, 
29935 [90C], 30178 [10OC] 
Analyses 

Effective Schools and Even Start Act (H.R. 4463), 

5837 [20MR] 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation 
Compact, 32366 [160C] 
Articles and editorials 

Answers to Common Questions About Mandate 

Relief Amendment, 28500 [30C] 
Charleston Edgy About Cuts in Aid, 1915 [6FE] 
Confusion Mounts With New Delays, 2873 [26FE] 
Courageous Battle of Atmore's First Lady, 8773 

[28AP] 
Deductibility — Elimination can Bring More Equity 

and Stronger Federalism, 8960 [29AP] 
Extra-Potent Cocaine — Use Rising Sharply Among 

Teen-Agers, 5984 [21 MR] 

Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 

Act— State and Local Responsibilities (excerpt), 

24755 [23SE] 

Firms Postponing, Canceling Plans, 2873 [26FE] 

Frostbelt Liberals Ambush Tax Reform, 4821 

[13MR] 
Funding Loss To Hit Arkansas Hardest, 8636 

[24AP] 
Funeral Friday for Atmore's Mayor Patricia 

McKenzie, 8774 [28AP] 
Global Manufacturing Competition, 16982 [17JY] 
Hickman— Little Town That Could, 8707 [24AP] 
Inventing a Perfect Dumping Ground, the Town of 

"Somewhere Else", 16509 [15JY] 
Localities Hold States Accountable, 28500 [30C] 
Lodoen Gave Leadership, 7388 [MAP] 



1574 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Loss of UDAG's Would Cost NJ Cities Millions, 
1916 [6FE] 

Mandates Without Money, 28498-28500 [30C] 

Mr. President— Do Something!, 21449 [13AU] 

Municipal Bond Market Sinks, 5611 [20MR] 

Need Community Development, 5345 [18MR] 

Odds on Gambling Tell Us Who and Why, 19591 
[6AU] 

Recent Examples of Regulatory Unreasonableness, 
28502 [30C] 

Roseville Mayor Quits Public Life To Plan a New 
Itinerary, 30702 [HOC] 

Sending a Message to Washington, 28500 [30C] 

Speedy Action Is Critical, 5344 [18MR] 

State Lotteries as Fiscal Savior or Fiscal Fraud — 
Look at the Evidence, 19593-19598 [6AU] 

States Discuss Lottery That Could Pay $100M, 
19593 [6AU] 

Tale of Survival, 9256-9257 [1MY] 

Tax Plan's Boost to Privatizing Services, 6373 
[26MR] 

Tax Reform Forgotten?, 7043 [9AP] 

Tax-Law Uncertainty Stalls Investors — Revisions 
Pending in Congress Put Some Projects on Hold, 
2874 [26FE] 

Terrorism— What Police Can Do, 11991 [22MY] 

TML Officer — Any Town Can Do Anything It 
Wants, if United, 415 [23JA] 

Tort Liability Insurance (excerpt), 10983, 10984, 
10986, 10987 [15MY] 

Tribute to a Great Mayor, 1164 [30JA] 

When Uncle's Checks Stop, 2635 [24FE] 

Why House Tax Plan Needs Repair, 3367 [28FE] 

Why Local/State Deduction Should Go, 8152 
[21AP] 

Wolcott Clerk Retires After 33-Year Stay, 6588 
[27MR] 
Bills and resolutions 

AFDC: work opportunities and retraining compact 
(see S. 2513) 

Agriculture: tax treatment of interest on State and 
local bonds used to finance milk production (see 
H.R. 4807) 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
funds (see S. 2074; H.J. Res. 513, 521) 

Drug abuse: education and prevention programs in 
schools (see H.R. 4155) 

financial assistance for prevention programs 

in public schools (see H.R. 4030) 

Economic conditions: fiscal safety net program for 
needy communities (see H.R. 4317) 

targeted fiscal assistance for needy communi- 
ties (see S. 2037; H.R. 4085) 

Essential services: assistance program (see H.R. 
4703) 

Federal aid programs: minimize impact of budget 
cuts (see S. 2843; H.R. 5535) 

Federal mandates: relief for State and local govern- 
ments (see H.R. 5603) 

Food stamp plan: equitable treatment (see H.R. 
4405) 

Government regulation: reimbursement to State and 
local governments for costs incurred in comply- 
ing (see S. 2387) 

relief (see H.R. 5348) 

IRS: reimbursement of expenditures relative to cer- 
tain investigations and recovery of Federal taxes 
(see S. 2352) 

National Community Education Day: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 338) 

Negligence: limits on civil actions (see H.R. 4406) 

Revenue sharing: appropriations (see H.R. 4133) 

authorize appropriations (see H.R. 4257) 

consideration of H.R. 1400, extend authoriza- 
tion of appropriations (see H. Res. 527) 

funds (see H.J. Res. 528) 

rescission of funds (see S.J. Res. 282) 

Sales tax: repeal provisions of Federal law eliminat- 
ing deduction (see H.R. 5704) 

repeal provisions of H.R. 3838 eliminating 

deduction (see H.R. 5620, 5639) 
South Africa: enforcement of antiapartheid laws 
relative to contracts with certain business inter- 
ests (see S. 2654) 



Taxation: authority for State and local governments 
to impose sales and use taxes on interstate sales of 
goods and services (see S. 2913) 

deductibility of State and local taxes (see S. 

Res. 395) 

repeal deduction on Federal form (see S. 

Res. 366) 

Tax-exempt securities: treatment of interest in deter- 
mining alternative minimum income tax (see H. 
Con. Res. 307) 
Explanations 

Work opportunities and retraining compact (H.R. 
4929), 12358 [4JN] 
Letters 

Medicare enrollment requirements for State and 
local government employees: city of North Las 
Vegas, NV, 24813 [19SE] 

Medicare payments: Marguerite Henry, 24879 
[19SE] 

Muriel Peterson, 24879 [19SE] 

Pennsylvania highway extension project: Lehigh 
County, PA, Planning Board, 13429 [11JN] 

Warren County, NJ, 13428 [11JN] 

Provide for enforcement of antiapartheid laws of 
U.S. political subdivisions: Edward I. Koch, 
21803 [15AU] 

Reimbursement to State and local governments of 
expenditures relative to certain investigations and 
recovery of Federal taxes: George Deukmejian, 
Governor of California, 8300 [22AP] 

Revenue sharing program: Arthur L. LeFevre, 
8643 [24AP] 

David L. Miller, 8644 [24AP] 

Du Page County, IL, 8035 [17AP] 

Lucien A. Monn, 8644 [24AP] 

Lucille P. Pattison, 8643 [24AP] 

National Coalition To Save General Reve- 
nue Sharing, 8620 [24AP] 

Robert G. Densberger, 8644 [24AP] 

Stephen Snyder, 8643 [24AP] 

Thomas J. Bradley, 8643 [24AP] 

Thomas M. Whittaker, 8643 [24AP] 

Shooting of Officer Stephen Smith: Dept. of Jus- 
tice, 30214 [10OC] 

Representative Gonzalez, 30214 [10OC] 

Tax reform: Senator Humphrey, 8957 [29AP] 

Tax treatment of annuities of Federal, State, and 
local government employees: (sundry excerpts), 
22238, 22239 [8SE] 

Tax treatment of municipal bonds: Senator 
D'Amato, 5660 [20MR] 

Transfer of illegal aliens in State and local penal 
facilities to the Federal Bureau of Prisons: Dept. 
of Justice, 22977 [USE] 

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation 
Compact: Senators Biden, Eagleton, Thurmond, 
and Roth, 32366 [160C] 
Lists 

Committee on Federalism and National Purpose, 
31243 [150C] 

Examples of kinds of programs operated by Com- 
munity Action Agencies nationwide, 9255 [1MY] 

Services for which revenue sharing program funds 
are used in Minnesota, 8621 [24AP] 
Memorandums 

Status of State and Local Anti-Apartheid Legisla- 
tion Under the Proposed Comprehensive Anti- 
Apartheid Act: Paul T. Rephen, 23123 [12SE] 
Memorials of legislature 

Alabama, 8631 [24AP] 

California, 11312 [20MY], 16371 [14JY] 

Colorado, 13526 [12JN] 

Idaho, 8785 [28AP] 

Iowa, 16370 [14JY] 

Louisiana, 12129 [3JN], 13833 [16JN] 

Missouri, 10607 [14MY] 
Petitions 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
Norfolk, VA, City Council, 16327 [14JY] 

Opa-Locka, FL, City Commission, 2846 

[26FE] 

Drug-free schools and communities: H.L. Richard- 
son, 25457 [23SE] 



Federal-State relations: Clifton, NJ, Municipal 

Council, 3956 [6MR], 4121 [10MR] 
FEMA regulations opposition: Shasta County, CA, 

Board of Supervisors, 16374 [14JY] 
General Revenue Sharing Program: Cayuga 

County, NY, Legislature, 8889 [29AP] 
Oppose certain provisions of Tax Exempt Bond 

Reform Act (S. 2166): Coral Gables, FL, City 

Commission, 9650 [6MY] 
Pennsylvania highway extension project: Lehigh 

County, PA, Planning Board, 13429 [11JN] 
Warren County, NJ, Planning Board, 13428 

[11JN] 
Revenue sharing program: Brooklyn, OH, City 

Council, 3855 [6MR] 
Chenango County, NY, Board of Supervi- 
sors, 8643 [24 A P] 
Hawaii State Association of Counties, 3541 

[4MR] 
Lauderdale Lakes, FL, City Council, 3169 

[27FE] 

Maui County, HI, 3481 [4MR], 3541 [4MR] 

North Royalton, OH, City Council, 3169 

[27FE] 
Special emergency response unit operation funding: 

New York, NY, City Council, 12365 [4JN] 
Tax-exempt financing: Bernards, NJ, Township 

Committee, 9649, 9650 [6MY] 
Cook County, IL, Board of Education of 

School District 31, 10607 [14MY] 
Cook County, IL, Board of Education of 

School District No. 127, 8786 [28AP] 
Cook County, IL, Board of Trustees, 8763 

[28AP] 
Cook County, IL, Board of Trustees, 

Garden Homes Sanitary District, 9649 [6MY] 
Elmhurst, IL, Board of Education, 10991 

[15MY] 

Federal Bar Association, 9650 [6MY] 

Gary, IN, Common Council, 9649 [6MY] 

Glen Ellyn, IL, Glenbard High School Dis- 
trict, 10524 [13MY] 
Glenside Public Library District, Du Page 

County, IL, 8763 [28AP], 8786 [28AP] 
Griffith, IN, Board of Trustees, 11312 

[20MY], 11949 [22MY] 
Highland Park, IL, School District, 9649 

[6MY], 9776 [7MY] 
La Salle, IL, La Salle Public Elementary 

Schools, District 122, 10404 [13MY] 
Lemont, IL, Board of Education of Lemont 

Community Consolidated School District 113, 

10607 [14MY] 
Lincoln Wood, IL, Board of Education of 

School District No. 74, 9649 [6MY] 
Lincolnshire, Lake County, IL, 8763 [28AP], 

8786 [28AP] 
Oak Forest, IL, Board of Education of 

Forest Ridge School District No. 142, 10404 

[13MY], 10704 [14MY] 
Oak Lawn, IL, Board of Education of Com- 
munity High School District No. 218, 8786 

[28AP] 
Park Forest, IL, Board of Trustees, 8763 

[28AP], 8786 [28AP] 
Round Lake, IL, School Board of Educa- 
tion, 9649 [6MY], 10524 [13MY] 
South Palos Township Sanitary District, 

Cook County, IL, 8786 [28AP] 
Watertown, MA, School Committee, 8889 

[29AP], 9466 [5MY] 
Westmont, IL, Community School District 

No. 201, 10404 [13MY] 
Will County, IL, Board of Trustees, 8763 

[28AP] 
Worth, IL, Board of Education, District 127, 

8889 [29AP] 
Platform plank 

Revenue Sharing Program: Democratic Party, 8642 

[24 A P] 



CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



1575 



Remarks in House 

AFDC: work opportunities and retraining compact 

(H.R 4929), 12358 [4JN] 
Bilingual ballots: eliminate requirement (H.R. 949), 

discharge petition, 2468 [20FE] 
Budget: impact of Federal legislation, 24712 [18SE] 

impact of Federal legislation (H.R. 5535), 

23661 [17SE] 
Business: State and local government participation, 

16982 [17JY] 
Community Development Block Grant Program: 

budget authority, 5345 [18MR] 
Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 27351 

[30SE], 30178 [10OC] 
Disasters: Federal cost-sharing regulations, 10509 

[13MY], 10654 [14MY] 
Drug abuse: funding to State and local governments 

to combat. 21448 [13AU] 
Effective Schools and Even Start Act: enact (H.R. 

4463), 5834 [20MR] 
Enterprise zones: efficacy of policy, 337 [22JA] 
Essential Services Payment to Local Governments 

Act: enact (H.R. 4703), 9103 [30AP] 
Fair Labor Standards Act: amend (H.R. 3530), 

18813 [1AU] 
Federal aid programs: revenue sharing, 8035 [17AP] 
Federal employees: tax treatment of retirees, 24781, 

24792 [19SE] 
Federal laboratory consortium: technology transfer 

promotion, 29334 [70C] 
Federally funded facilities: community response to 

placement, 16509 [15JY] 
Federal-State relations: fiscal burden of certain Fed- 
eral legislation (H.R. 5535), 23661 [17SE] 
FEMA: prohibit implementation of certain regula- 
tions revising the Federal Disaster Relief Pro- 
gram (H.R. 5488), 27370, 27375 [30SE] 
General revenue sharing: extend (H.R. 1400), 26391 

[25SE] 
Hazardous substances: strengthen and coordinate 
transportation safety regulations (H.R. 4612), 
7831 [17AP], 8055 [17AP] 
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: 

State and local programs, 16983 [17JY] 
Local Government Liability Relief Act: enact 

(H.R. 4406), 5589 [19MR] 
Medicare: coverage of State and local employees, 

29606 [80C] 
National High-Tech Month: designate (H.J. Res. 

707), 21455 [13AU] 
National Homelessness Awareness Week: designate 

(S.J. Res. 347), 12023 [22MY] 
New-Born Genetic Screening Act: enact (H.R. 

5147), 16303 [26JN] 
Pennsylvania: authorize demonstration project to 
extend certain highways (H.R. 5006), 13428 
[11 JN] 
Pesticides: notification of stored, 24731 [19SE] 
Polygraphs: minimum standards (H.R. 3916), 3449 

[4MR] 

Prisons: transfer of certain deportable aliens from 

State and local facilities to Federal facilities, 

22977 [USE] 

Product Liability Risk Retention Act: amend (H.R. 

4301), 3574 [4MR], 5344 [18MR], 16283 [26JN] 

Professionals' Liability Insurance Reform Act: 

enact (H.R. 4874), 12023 [22MY] 
Public Service Recognition Week: designate, 8553 

[23AP] 
Revenue sharing program: establish fiscal safety net 
program for needy communities (H.R. 4317), 
3762 [5MR] 
extend (H.R. 4257), 3240 [27FE] 



termination, 9103 [30AP] 

Self-Insurance Enhancement Act: enact (H.R. 

4796), 10123 [8MY] 
State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act: termination, 

9103 [30AP] 
State and Local Narcotics Control Assistance Act: 

enact (H.R. 526), 1784 [5FE], 5983 [21 MR] 
Tax Reform Act: retroactive provisions for Federal, 

State, and local government employee pensions, 

22236-22240 [8SE], 22320 [9SE], 22642, 22644 

[10SE], 22764 [10SE] 



Taxation: deductibility of State and local taxes, 
26058 [24SE], 28041 [20C], 29606 [80C] 

Terrorism: State and local police response, 11991 
[22MY] 

Tort law: reform, 10982-10988 [15MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

AFDC: work opportunities and retraining compact 
(S. 2513), 12491-12494 [4JN], 12799 [5JN] 

Aiken, SC: name U.S. courthouse after Charles E. 
Simons, Jr., 27786 [20C] 

Andrus, Leon and Nellie: tribute, 6588 [27MR] 

Auburn, AL: anniversary of founding, 7932 [17AP] 

Blatt, Solomon, Sr.: tribute, 11271 [20MY] 

Business: attractive local economic environment, 
26890 [29SE] 

Children: encourage physical education programs 
(S. Con. Res. 145), 12242 [3JN] 

Community Development Block Grant Program: 
budget authority, 2880 [26FE] 

Congress: campaign finance reform, 15315 [25 JN] 

Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (S. 
Con. Res. 120), Community Services Block Grant 
Program and Community Action Agency, 9252- 
9258 [1MY] 

Connecticut: small business survey, 16635 [16JY] 

Consumers: protect ratepayers from costs of aban- 
doned or canceled generating plants, 27891-27896 
[20C] 

Demos, June: tribute, 30702 [140C] 

Deprivation of rights: civil liability of local govern- 
ments (S. 436), 26098 [25SE] 

Dept. of Agriculture: convey lands (S. 565), 20405 
[9AU], 29915 [90C] 

Drug abuse: funds for prevention programs in 
schools (S. 1820), 174 [21JA] 

Economic conditions: targeted fiscal assistance for 
needy communities (S. 2037), 1235 [30JA] 

Federal aid programs: minimize impact of budget 
cuts (S. 2843), 25021 [19SE] 

reimbursement to State and local govern- 
ments for costs of complying with rules and reg- 
ulations (S. 483), 3506 [4MR] 

Federal-Aid Highway Act: strike provisions rela- 
tive to South Africa on awards of contracts, 
25762-25765 [24SE] 

Food: distribution, 12852, 12853, 12858 [6JN] 

Gambling: establishment of government sponsored 
lotteries, 19591 [6AU] 

Gloucester County, NJ: tercentenary, 33482 [170C] 

Government: reform of Federalism policies, 31243 
[150C] 

Government regulations: reimbursement to State 
and local governments for cost of implementa- 
tion, 28495 [30C] 

Government spending: annual consolidated report 
on geographic distribution (H.R. 3168), 29417 
[10OC] 

Granite City, IL: sale of St. Louis Area Support 
Center, 13531 [12JN] 

Hickman, K.Y: tribute, 8707 [24AP] 

Housing Development Action Grants: provide addi- 
tional time to begin construction on projects, 
28376 [30C] 

Insurance: extend eligibility for death benefits to all 
State and local government public safety employ- 
ees, 27928 [20C] 

Intergovernmental Regulatory Relief Act: enact (S. 
2387), 9068-9071 [30AP] 

IRS: reimbursement of expenditures relative to cer- 
tain investigations and recovery of Federal taxes, 
26771 [27SE] 

reimbursement of expenditures relative to 

certain investigations and recovery of Federal 
taxes (S. 2352), 8289, 8300 [22AP] ' 
Jackson, MS: tribute for designation as an all Amer- 
ican city, 9095 [30AP] 
Lincoln, AL: anniversary of incorporation, 33460 

[170C] 
Lodoen, Clayton: tribute, 7388 [14AP] 
Lyles Station, IN: centennial, 21629 [14AU] 
McKenzie, Patricia P.: tribute, 8772 [28 AP] 
Medicare: enrollment requirements for State and 
local government employees, 24813, 24831, 
24877-24879 [19SE] 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

National Community Education Day: designate 

(S.J. Res. 338), 9318 [1MY] 
Neal, Richard E.: tribute, 32613 [160C] 
Real property: relative to quiet title actions against 

the U.S. (H.R. 2428), 32655 [160C] 
Reiten, Chester: tribute, 1164 [30JA] 
Revenue sharing program: State and local govern- 
ment dependence, 8319 [22 AP] 

treatment, 8530 [23AP], 8618-8638, 8640- 

8644 [24AP] 
Santa Fe, NM: land conveyance, 12755 [5JN] 
Securities: preserve tax-exempt status of municipal 

bonds (S. Con. Res. 105), 1601 [4FE] 
Seivers, Charles G.: tribute, 415 [23JA] 
Sewage disposal: construction grants, 27977 [20C] 
South Africa: enforcement of antiapartheid laws 
relative to contracts with certain business inter- 
ests (S. 2654), 16852 [17JY] 

provide for enforcement of antiapartheid 

laws passed by U.S. political subdivisions, 21801- 
21805 [15AU] 
State and local governments: revenue sharing pro- 
gram, 11780 [21 MY] 
States: General Revenue Sharing Program, 25608 
[23SE] 

minimum grants under the Drug-Free 

Schools and Communities Act, 26735 [27SE] 
Tax Exempt Bond Reform Act: enact (S. 2166), 

4153-4163 [10MR], 4346 [11MR] 
Tax Reform Act: deductibility of State and local 
taxes, 3366 [28FE], 4820 [13MR], 5181 [18MR], 
6372 [26MR], 7043 [9AP], 8151 [21AP] 

deductibility of State and local taxes (H.R. 

3838), 8957 [29AP] 

deductibility of State and local taxes (S. Res. 

366), 4814 [13MR] 

effective date of H.R. 3838 provisions (S. 

Con. Res. Ill), 2872 [26FE] 
Taxation: deductibility of State and local taxes, 
8960 [29AP], 13556-13565, 13590-13609 [12JN], 
14497-14502 [19JN] 

deductibility of State and local taxes (S. Res. 

395), 9670 [6MY] 

delete dealers exception from the hedging 

rules, 15072 [24JN] 

exempt industrial revenue bonds, 14898 

[23JN] 

impact of reform on ability to raise revenue, 

5185 [18MR] 
limitation on investment in non-purpose obli- 
gations, 14813-14816 [20JN] 

provide a uniform system for State use of 

State and local sales and use taxes (S. 2913), 
29549 [80C] 

treatment of municipal bonds, 5611, 5659- 

5661 [20MR] 
Television: prohibit arbitrary zoning and licensing 
restrictions on home satellite dish antennas (S. 
Res. 35), 2394 [19FE] 
Tourist trade: develop survey for decline in travel 

and tourism related business, 32552 [160C] 
Urban Development Action Grant Program: budget 
authority (S. 2067), 1915 [6FE] 

budget authority (S. 2074), 2196-2198 [18FE] 

budget authority (S. Res. 333), 1740 [5FE] 

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation 
Compact: approval to amend (S.J. Res. 428), 
32365 [160C] 
Reports 

Federal Food and Drugs Act: House (1906 ex- 
cerpt), 24754 [23SE] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 
Act: White House Conference of Food, Nutrition 
and Health (excerpt), 24754 [23SE] 
Preemption of Local Zoning or Other Regulation 
of Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations: FCC, 
2394-2398 [19FE] 
Regulatory Federalism — Policy, Process, Impact, 
and Reform: Advisory Commission on Intergov- 
ernmental Relations (excerpt), 9071 [30AP] 
Revenue Sharing in Pennsylvania: National Asso- 
ciation of Counties, 8625 [24AP] 



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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX 



Tort Liability Insurance: President's Tort Policy 
Working Group (excerpts), 10984-10987 [15MY] 
Reports filed 

Convey Forest Service Lands to Payson, AZ: 
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 
565) (S. Rept. 99-339), 17758 [25JY] 
Dept. of Agriculture Convey Forest Service Land 
to Flagstaff, AZ: Committee on Energy and Nat- 
ural Resources (S. 567) (S. Rept. 99-353), 18772 
[1AU] 
Dept. of Agriculture Convey Forest Service Lands 
to Payson, AZ: Committee on Interior and Insu- 
lar Affairs (S. 565) (H. Rept. 99-900), 26427 
[26SE] 
Dept. of the Interior Provide for Settlement of Cer- 
tain Title Disputes: Committee on Energy and 
Natural Resources (S. 1617) (S. Rept. 99-508), 
27685 [IOC] 
Federal, State, and Local Government Law En- 
forcement Appropriations: Committee on the Ju- 
diciary (H.R. 5393) (H. Rept. 99-847), 24801 
[19SE] 
Federal Technology Transfer Act: committee of 
conference (H.R. 3773) (H. Rept. 99-953), 28178 
[20C] 
Lower Colorado Water Supply Act: Committee on 
Energy and Natural Resources (H.R. 5028) (S. 
Rept. 99-496), 26838 [27SE] 
Requirement That Public Buildings Comply With 
Recognized Building Codes and Zoning Laws: 
Committee on Environment and Public Works 
(H.R. 2403), 27994 [20C] 
Self-Government by Indian Tribal Communities: 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 
4174) (H. Rept. 99-761), 19744 [7AU] 
Resolutions by organizations 

General Revenue Sharing Program: Association of 
County Commissioners of Alabama, 25609 [23SE] 
Statements 

Antiapartheid Bidding Standards on Highway 

Projects: Member of Congress, 25763 [24SE] 
At Stake Is a Vision of Our Country: Henry Cis- 

neros, 6147-6149 [25MR] 
Enforcement of Antiapartheid Laws of U.S. Politi- 
cal Subdivisions: Senator Moynihan, 21802 
[15AU] 
Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement Rela- 
tions: Representative Gonzalez, 30213 [10OC] 
Get States and Cities Off Foreign Policy Stage, 

25764 [24SE] 
Home Rule for the District of Columbia: Senator 

Mathias, 18697 [1AU] 
Revenue Sharing Program: Representative 

McEwen, 3254 [27FE] 
Tax Treatment of Annuities of Federal, State, and 
Local Government Employees, 22642 [10SE] 
Studies 

Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to 
Employees of State and Local Governments: 
Dept. of Labor, 18814 [1AU] 
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide 
Act— State and Local Food and Drug Programs: 
FDA (excerpt), 24754 [23SE] 
Summaries 

Intergovernmental Regulatory Relief Act: provi- 
sions (S. 2387), 9071 [30AP] 
Tables 
Corporations that pay no Federal income taxes, 

8640 [24AP] 
Local government revenues in farm-dependent v. 

all counties in 10 sample States, 8319 [22 AP] 
Revenue sharing program (sundry), 8320 [22AP], 

8621, 8622, 8624, 8626, 8640 [24AP] 
State by State impact of eliminating revenue shar- 
ing program, 11780 [21MY] 
Testimonies 
Effects of Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit 
Control Act on Local Government: Harold 
Washington, 1003 [29JA] 
FERC Jurisdiction: Anthony G. Sousa (excerpt), 

27892 [20C] 
Sewage disposal construction grants: EPA, 27977 
[20C] 



Texts of 
District of Columbia Self-Government and Govern- 
mental Reorganization Act (excerpt), 18699 
[1AU] 
H. Res. 549, authority of State or territories of the 
U.S. relative to the Anti-Apartheid Act, 23154 
[USE] 
H.R. 4463, Effective Schools and Even Start Act, 

5835 [20MR] 
H.R. 4612, strengthen and coordinate Federal, 
State, and local regulations regarding transporta- 
tion of hazardous substances, 8055-8059 [17AP] 
H.R. 5006, authorize demonstration project to 
extend certain highways in Pennsylvania, 13430 
[11JN] 
H.R. 5488, prohibit implementation of certain regu- 
lations relating to disasters, 27370 [30SE] 
S. 565, convey certain lands to Payson, AZ, 27351 

[30SE] 
S. 567, convey lands from the Dept. of Agriculture 

to Flagstaff, AZ, 29480 [80C] 
S. 2037, targeted fiscal assistance for needy commu- 
nities, 1236-1238 [30JA] 
S. 2067, Urban Development Action Grant Pro- 
gram budget authority, 1915 [6FE] 
S. 2075, Urban Development Action Grant Pro- 
gram budget authority, 2198 [18FE] 
S. 2166, Tax Exempt Bond Reform Act, 4155-4162 

[10MR] 
S. 2325, reimbursement to State and local govern- 
ments of expenditures relative to certain investi- 
gations and recovery of Federal taxes, 8291 
[22AP] 
S. 2387, Intergovernmental Regulatory Relief Act, 

9069-9071 [30AP] 
S. 2513, work opportunities and retraining compact, 

12800-12802 [5JN] 
S. 2926, Federalism Act, 32635-32646 [160C] 
S. Con. Res. Ill, effective date of Tax Reform Act 

(H.R. 3838) provisions, 2871 [26FE] 
S. Con. Res. 145, encourage physical education pro- 
grams for all children, 12242 [3JN] 
S. Con. Res. 185, preserve tax-exempt status of mu- 
nicipal bonds, 1601 [4FE] 
S. Res. 333, Urban Development Action Grant Pro- 
gram budget authority, 1740 [5FE] 
S. Res. 343, Urban Development Action Grant Pro- 
gram budget authority, 2200 [18FE] 
S. Res. 366, tax deduction of State and local taxes, 

4813 [13MR] 
S. Res. 395, State and local taxes, 9669 [6MY] 
S.J. Res. 428, approval to amend the Washington 
Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact, 
32366 [160C] 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIABILITY RELIEF 

ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 4406), 5589 [19MR] 
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL 

ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 5307), 18820 [1AU] 
LOCAL TELEPHONE RATEPAYER PROTEC- 
TION ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 3687), 22128 [15AU] 
LOCHAN, BOBBY 
Reports filed 

Relief: Committee on the Judiciary (S. 334) (S. 
Rept. 99-523), 28511 [30C] 
Texts of 

S. 334, relief, 29424 [80C] 
LOCKE, JOHN 
Essays 

Concerning Civil Government (excerpt), 21885 
[15AU] 
LOCKETT, JAMES L. 
Letters 

Veto of the Anti-Apartheid Act, 27845 [20C] 
LOCKHEED CORP 
Articles and editorials 

Stealth's Appearance in Toy Stores Is Not Kid's 
Stuff, Lawmakers Say, 17823 [28JY] 



Remarks in Senate 

Aeronautics: mismanagement classified documents 
dealing with Stealth fighter, 17823 [28JY] 
LOCK PORT, NY 
Essays: Voice of Democracy 

Brian J. Gottstein, 4845 [13MR] 
LOCKWOOD, ALEXANDER 
Amendments 

Relief (H.R. 3323), 9484 [6MY] 
Remarks in House 

Relief (H.R. 3323), 9484 [6MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Relief (H.R. 3323), 20404 [9AU] 
Reports filed 

Relief: Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 3323), 
19575 [6AU] 

Committee on the Judiciary (H.R. 3323) (H. 

Rept. 99-521), 6928 [9AP] 
Texts of 

H.R. 3323, relief, 9484 [6MY] 
LOCKWOOD, ALFRED J. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 5326 [18MR] 
LOCQUIAO, IMELDA V. 
Bills and resolutions 

Relief (see S. 2859) 
LODGE, BILL 
Articles and editorials 

Grade-A Scholar, 9949 [7MY] 
LODGE, HENRY CABOT, JR. (a former Senator 

from Massachusetts) 
Articles and editorials 

Lamont-Lodge Letters, Harvard (magazine), 500- 
502 [23JA] 
Letters 

Military solution to the crisis in Vietnam: by, New 
York (NY) World Journal Tribune (1966), 501 
[23JA] 

by (1967), 501 [23JA] 

Corliss Lamont (1965), 500 [23JA] 

Corliss Lamont (1966), 501 [23JA] 

Remarks in House relative to 
Statements 

Report on Manufacturers: by (1885 excerpts), 18666 

[1AU] 
Tributes, 500 [23JA] 
LODI, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Cangialosi, Marco: tribute, 30150 [90C] 
Plescia, Dominick (Dick): tribute, 5329 [18MR] 
Tarabocchia, Anthony M.: tribute, 7257 [10AP] 
LODOEN, CLAYTON 
Articles and editorials 

Lodoen Gave Leadership, 7388 [14AP] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 7388 [14AP] 
LOEB, MARK G. 
Articles and editorials 

Jews and Christians and Faith, 9688 [6MY] 
Eulogies 

Jacob B. Agus, by Mark G. Loeb, 29024 [60C] 
LOEB, MRS. WILLIAM 
Articles and editorials 

Mr. Reagan, Where Are You When We Need 
You?, 23885 [18SE] 
LOEB, NACKEY 
Articles and editorials 

Barry Was Here, 14795 [20JN] 
LOEFFLER, TOM (a Representative from Texas) 
Amendments offered by, to 

Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 
5300), 21247 [13AU] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 

28705 [60C] 
H.R. 5052, military construction appropria- 
tions, 22096 [15AU] 

H.R. 5234, making appropriations for Dept. 

of the Interior and related agencies, 29607 [80C] 

H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 

Act, 26359 [25SE] 



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S. Con. Res. 120, setting forth congressional 

budget for fiscal 1987-89, 11484 [21MY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Energy: provide measures to strengthen security of 
U.S. (see H.R. 4541), 6929 [9AP] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agricultural Act: suspend application of milk pro- 
duction termination program (see H.R. 4688), 
9146 [30AP] 

Alcoholic beverages: clarify antitrust laws relative 
to agreements imposing territorial limitations on 
trademarked malt for resale (see H.R. 3793), 
11948 [22MY] 

Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 
out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 7127 [10AP] 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025, 4057), 25457 [23SE], 26076 [24SE] 

Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 15605 [25JN] 

Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 475), 8477 [23AP] 

Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1358 [3FE] 

Committee on Intelligence (Joint): establish (see 
H.J. Res. 7), 3854 [6MR] 

Communist countries: require President to report all 
loans, guarantees, credits, and grants (see H.R. 
1345), 2016 [6FE] 

Constitution: line-item veto on appropriations (see 
H.J. Res. 49), 9776 [7MY] 

Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 16967 
[17JY] 

Controlled Substances Act: penalties for manufac- 
turing and intent to distribute designer drugs (see 
H.R. 2977), 1503 [4FE] 

Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 
5308 [18MR] 

Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

Eximbank: prohibit extensions of credit to Commu- 
nist countries (see H.R. 97), 2016 [6FE] 

Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5485, 5497), 22737 [10SE], 23245 
[12SE] 

Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14297 [18JN] 

International trade: reform laws (see H.R. 4830), 
10989 [15MY] 

Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
664), 15288 [24JN] 

Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 
9146 [30AP] 

Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 

Narcotics: mandatory penalties for importation or 
exportation of controlled substances (see H.R. 
1946), 13268 [11JN] 

strengthen efforts to encourage foreign coop- 
eration in eradicating crops and traffic (see H.R. 
5484), 22245 [8SE] 

National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
651), 28179 [20C] 

National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 514), 17054 [21JY] 

National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 
29387 [70C] 

National Association of State Directors of Veterans 
Affairs, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 3024), 3649 
[5MR] 

National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 427), 5829 [20MR] 

National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
620), 18420 [3 1JY] 

National Child Identification and Safety Informa- 
tion Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 438), 24803 
[19SE] 

National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 562), 8763 [28AP] 



National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
602), 25374 [22SE] 

National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 568), 11449 [20MY] 

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 694), 19117 [5AU] 

National Energy Education Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 

National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
443), 1779 [5FE] 

National Infection Control Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 623), 9465 [5MY] 

National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 519), 5076 [17MR] 

National Philanthropy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
326), 1 1449 [20MY] 

National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 451), 11949 [22MY] 

National Resource Office Relating to Crime 
Against Older Individuals: establish (see H.R. 
3120), 704 [29 J A] 

National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 131), 499 [23 JA] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 483, 635), 1357 [3FE], 10703 [14MY] 

National Tourism Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
642), 15605 [25 JN] 

National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 9553 
[6MY] 

Petroleum: revitalize oil and gas production (see 
H.R. 5596), 26369 [25SE] 

Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (see H.R. 4476), 5897 
[21 MR] 

POWs: veterans' benefits (see H.R. 864), 9211 
[1MY] 

Right to life: constitutional amendment (see H.J. 
Res. 87), 5898 [21 MR] 

Rose: designate as national floral emblem (see H.J. 
Res. 385), 2979 [26FE] 

Sec. of Agriculture: determine manner and frequen- 
cy of inspection of meat products (see H.R. 
4683), 8477 [23AP] 

exercise authority to accept bids from pro- 
ducers for diverting acreage in return for pay- 
ments (see H. Con. Res. 360), 14742 [19JN] 

Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
10), 28179 [20C] 

Society of the Third Infantry Division: erect me- 
morial in District of Columbia (see H.R. 2440), 
48 [21JA] 

Soviet Union: limit number of nationals serving mis- 
sion to U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 23670 [17SE] 

sense of Congress concerning nuclear disas- 
ter at Chernobyl (see H. Con. Res. 333), 15773 
[26JN] 

Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29835 [80C] 

effective date of municipal bonds reform 

provisions (see H. Con. Res. 279), 2979 [26FE] 

Executive order to deny foreign income ex- 
clusion (see H.R. 4056), 2978 [26FE] 

reform legislation shall not take effect before 

January 1, 1987 (see H.R. 4141), 5829 [20MR] 

repeal windfall profit (see H.R. 5318), 18669 

[1AU] 

repeal windfall profit on domestic crude oil 

(see H.R. 4887), 11947 [22MY] 

requirement to substantiate deduction for 

business use of vehicle (see H.R. 4299), 9553 
[6MY] 

Telephones: availability of universal service in rural 
areas (see H. Con. Res. 308), 14079 [17JN] 

Texas: authorize Corps of Engineers to issue per- 
mits for construction of water resources project 
(see H.R. 4693), 11949 [22MY] 

Unemployment: exempt wages paid to full-time stu- 
dents employed by summer camps from tax (see 
H.R. 3180), 236[22JA] 

United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 
Res. 684), 22246 [8SE] 



LOLORDO, ANN 

White House Conference on Small Business: perma- 
nent authorization (see H.R. 5477), 22145 [15AU] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 
commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 499 [23JA] 
Remarks by, on 

Brooke Army Medical Center, TX: funding for re- 
placement hospital, 15507 [25JN] 
Committee on Agriculture: filing reports, 12599 

[5JN] 
Committee on the Judiciary: meetings during ses- 
sions, 13514 [12JN] 
Dept. of Defense: making appropriations for mili- 
tary construction (H.R. 5052), 1 5507 [25JN] 
Homeless: tribute to Elizabeth Rohn, 33667* 

[170C] 
House: legislative program, 3806 [6MR], 12599 

[5JN] 
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: enact (H.R. 

5300), 22166* [15AU] 
Public debt: consideration of H.R. 5395 to increase 
statutory limit (H. Res. 534), 22166* [15AU] 

statutory limit (H.R. 5395), 21693, 21695- 

21697 [14AU] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 

3806 [6MR], 12599 [5JN], 33156 [HOC] 
Tribute, 29358-29367 [70C], 30403, 30456 [10OC], 
30861 [140C], 32682 [160C], 33646 [170C] 
Tributes 
O'Brien, George M., 18406* [31JY] 
Rohn, Elizabeth, 33667* [170C] 
LOENIA, NJ 
Remarks in House 

Van Zilen, Arthur H.: tribute, 27123 [29SE] 
LOEWY, RAYMOND 
Articles and editorials 

Raymond Loewy, Streamliner of Cars, Planes, and 
Pens, Dies, 16990 [17JY] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 16990 [17JY] 
LOFTON, JOHN 
Articles and editorials 

Not Just Another Famine Saga, 17021 [17JY] 
Trying To Decode Reagan's Huff and Puff on 

Nicaragua, 6439 [27MR] 
Without First Considering the Source . . ., 17516 
[23JY] 
Statements 

Teaching and Learning, 12497 [4JN] 
LOFTUS, ANN 
Essays 

Human Rights — Moral Foundation of American 
Foreign Policy, 12295 [3JN] 
LOGAN, JOHN A. 
Books 

"America the Bountiful" (excerpt), 30702 [HOC] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 30701 [HOC] 
LOGAN, JOSHUA 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 22215 [15AU] 
LOHMAN, WILLIAM L. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 16287 [26JN] 
LOHR, STEVE 
Articles and editorials 

Push on Hiring Bias in Ulster, 23252 [12SE] 
LOISELLE, DIANE 
Articles and editorials 

Holding Their Ground — Couple Fights Hydro Plan 
That Would Take Their Land, 7300 [1 1AP] 
LOLORDO, ANN 
Articles and editorials 

Building Named After Sanitary Engineer, 32631 
[160C] 



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LOMA LINDA, CA 
Remarks in House 

Crooks, Hulda: tribute, 30451 [10OC] 
Johns, Varner J.: tribute, 12302 [3JN] 
LOMAX, PHILLIP A. 
Statements 

Daylight Saving Time, 11202 [19MY] 
LOMBARDI, ERNIE 
Remarks in House 

Baseball Hall of Fame: induction, 18149 [30JY] 
LOMPOC, CA 
Remarks in House 

Smith, Jimmy D.: tribute, 2051 [6FE] 
LOMPOC (CA) RECORD 
Articles and editorials 

"Mindless" Cuts?, 4367 [UMR] 
LONDON, DAVID 
Letters 

Gorbachev letters, 18137-18140 [30JY] 
LONDON, LEONARD 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 10746 [14MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 10438 [13MY] 
LONDON, OH 
Remarks in House 

Anniversary, 21447 [13AU] 
Statements 

Anniversary (excerpts), 21448 [13AU] 
LONDON (ENGLAND) ECONOMIST see Econo- 
mist (British publication) 
LONDON (ENGLAND) FINANCIAL TIMES 
Articles and editorials 

Soviet Paddle for Mr. Reagan's Canoe, 13725 
[13JN] 
LONDON (ENGLAND) GUARDIAN 
Articles and editorials 

Postal Communications (excerpt), 25852 [24SE] 
LONDON (ENGLAND) OBSERVER 
Remarks in House 

Robinson, David A.: tribute, 12821 [5JN] 
LONDON (ENGLAND) TIMES 
Articles and editorials 

Alone but Right, 11096 [15MY] 
Blacks Say No to Violence, 21575 [14AU] 
Poll Shows South African Blacks Oppose Sanc- 
tions, 21574 [14AU] 
LONE PINE, CA 
Petitions 

Taxing of tribal treaty-protected resources: Paiute/ 
Shoshone General Council, 15605 [25 JN] 
LONE TREE, IA 
Remarks in Senate 

Black, Charles A.: tribute, 16861 [17JY] 
LONG, CATHY (a Representative from Louisiana) 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

National Guard: accord technicians competitive 
status for purposes of transferring to competitive 
service (see H.R. 5218), 17317 [22JY] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by. as cosponsor 

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: remove 
maximum age limitation (see H.R. 4154), 6931 
[9AP] 
Agriculture: loan restructuring (see H. Con. Res. 

310), 10282 [12MY] 
American Physiologists Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 677), 25374 [22SE] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 2678 [25FE] 
Atomic weapons: limit deployment and mainte- 
nance of with strategic arms limitation agree- 
ments (see H.R. 4919), 19117 [5AU] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 
4025), 3480 [4MR] 
Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge, 

LA: establish (see H.R. 5262), 24803 [19SE] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 
payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 
4269 [11MR] 
Clean Air Act: reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 
4567), 7126 [10AP] 



Community food and nutrition programs: authorize 

appropriations (see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Congress: issue commemorative stamp for 100th 
(see H. Con. Res. 225), 1074 [30JA] 

striking of medals commemorating 100th (see 

H.R. 3663), 1074 [30JA] 
Constitution Day: designate (see H.R. 3842), 1074 

[30JA] 
Corp. for Small Business Investment: establish (see 

H.R. 5019), 13525 [12JN] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

6932 [9AP] 
Dependent care programs: authorize appropriations 

(see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
EEOC: time limitation for review and action on 
charges under Civil Rights Act (see H. Con. Res. 
359), 17693 [24JY] 
Elementary and Secondary Education Act: grants 
for dropout prevention demonstration projects 
(see H.R. 3042), 9775 [7MY] 
Employment Act: promote genuine recovery and 
full employment (see H.R. 1398), 12364 [4JN] 
EPA: promulgate regulations requiring inspection 
for asbestos containing material (see H.R. 5073), 
17693 [24JY] 

set standards for identification and abatement 

of asbestos in schools (see H.R. 4311), 10704 
[14MY] 
Export Administration Act: place restrictions on 
exporting crude oil from Cook Inlet, AK (see 
H.R. 3817), 10990 [15MY] 
Federal Aviation Act: ensure air carriers do not 
discriminate against handicapped (see H.R. 5154), 
24687 [18SE] 

ensure fair treatment of airline employees in 

mergers (see H.R. 4838), 10989 [15MY] 
Follow Through Program: authorize appropriations 

(see H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
704 [29JA] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 615), 26370 [25SE] 
Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Customhouse, 
Louisville, KY: designate (see H.R. 5570), 25374 
[22SE] 
Head Start Program: authorize appropriations (see 

H.R. 4421), 6057 [25MR] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
15605 [25 JN] 
Jewish Heritage Week: proclamation (see H.J. Res. 

606), 8212 [21AP] 
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 

NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 5308 [18MR] 
Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

531), 7892 [17AP] 
Meiman, Inna: Soviet Union should release and pro- 
vide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 14079 
[17JN] 
Meiman, Naum: Soviet Union should release and 
provide safe passage (see H. Con. Res. 317), 
14079 [17JN] 
Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 552), 13074 [10JN] 
Mineral Leasing Act: movement of coal over public 

lands (see H.R. 2708), 10523 [13MY] 
National Agricultural Export Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 572), 12365 [4JN] 
National Andrei Sakharov Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 596), 8412 [22AP] 
National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 611), 20744 [11AU] 
National Arts in the Schools Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 470), 3650 [5MR] 
National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 693), 

26076 [24SE] 
National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

620), 19952 [8AU] 
National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 481, 737), 2017 [6FE], 29387 [70C] 



National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

686), 19117 [5AU] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 594), 28824 [60C] 
National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 

602), 18908 [4AU] 
National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 
National Energy Education Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 543), 4578 [12MR] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

433), 5076 [17MR] 
National Freedom of Information Act Awareness 
Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 580), 10990 
[15MY] 
National Guard: employees may not be required to 
wear military uniforms while performing civilian 
services (see H.R. 3968), 3108 [27FE] 

recognize 350 years of service (see H.J. Res. 

574), 7893 [17AP] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 22738 [10SE] 
National Housing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

692), 18670 [1AU] 
National Humanities Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

443), 1779 [5FE] 
National infrastructure fund: establish (see H.R. 

1776), 3480 [4MR] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 533), 8763 [28AP] 
National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate 

(see H.J. Res. 510), 8412 [22AP] 
National Port Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 714), 

29835 [80C] 
National Science Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

484), 9776 [7MY] 
National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 655), 22246 [8SE] 
National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 483), 1357 [3FE] 
National Tourism Week: designate (sqe H.J. Res. 

642), 14078 [17JN] 
National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 740), 29387 [70C] 
National Women Veterans Recognition Week: des- 
ignate (see H.J. Res. 584), 9466 [5MY] 
National Women's Health Awareness Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 571), 11625 [21 MY] 
Older Americans Month, designate (see H.J. Res. 

542), 3107 [27FE] 
Post Office Building, La Place, LA: designate as 
Gillis W. Long, Post Office Building (see H.R. 
4782), 10214 [8MY] 
Railroad Retirement Act: prevent elimination of 
cost of living adjustments in annuities (see H.R. 
4338), 13269 [11JN] 
Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 4578 [12MR] 
Religion: greater balance among military chaplains 
in Armed Forces (see H.R. 1875), 12624 [5JN] 
Rural mail carriers: computing deductions for use 

of automobiles (see H.R. 1884), 2293 [19FE] 
SBA: authority to administer program for innova- 
tive firms (see H.R. 4260), 13770 [16JN] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

8411 [22AP] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

841 1 [22AP] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 538), 

9553 [6MY] 
Social Security: eliminate 3% trigger for cost of 
living adjustments (see H.R. 4633), 22246 [8SE] 

protect benefit levels of workers reaching 

age 65 (see H.R. 1917), 33159 [170C] 
Square dance: designate as the national folk dance 

(see H.J. Res. 316), 2017 [6FE] 
United Way: recognition of anniversary (see H.J. 

Res. 684), 23016 [USE] 
White House Conference on Library and Informa- 
tion Services: request President to call (see H.J. 
Res. 244), 236 [22JA] 



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1579 



Women's History Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

499), 236 [22JA] 
Young Astronaut Program: striking of medals to 
commemorate (see H.R. 2578), 2594 [24FE] 
Remarks by, on 

Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 

2913 [26FE] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2913 

[26FE] 
Capitol Building and Grounds: Freeman H. Cary, 

tribute, 32313 [160C] 
Dept. of Defense: accord National Guard techni- 
cians competitive status for purposes of transfer- 
ring to competitive service (H.R. 5218), 17337* 
[22JY], 28762 [60C] 

authorizing appropriations for procurement, 

research, development, and working capital (H.R. 
4428), 21112 [12AU] 
EPA: Superfund, 28038 [20C] 
Mathematics: tribute to Evelyn Sisco, 32712 [170C] 
National Guard: accord technicians competitive 
status for purposes of transferring to competitive 
service (H.R. 5218), 17337* [22JY], 28762 [60C] 
Post Office Building, La Place, LA: designate as 
Gillis W. Long Post Office Building (H.R. 4782), 
17685 [24JY] 
SALT II Treaty: Reagan administration policy, 

21112 [12AU] 
Superfund: funding, 28038 [20C] 
Yam Day: observance, 1 1438 [20MY] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
2913 [26FE], 17315 [22JY], 21112 [12AU], 28038 
[20C], 28762 [60C], 32712 [170C] 
Special order: granted, 11446 [20MY] 
Reports 

Committee on Public Works and Transportation, 

9769 [7MY] 
Foreign Travel Expenditures, 9769 [7MY] 
Tributes 
Cary, Freeman H„ 32313 [160C] 
Sisco, Evelyn, 32712 [170C] 
LONG, CHARLES W 
Letters 

Federal Firearms Law Reform Act, 6846 [9AP] 
LONG, GILLIS W. (a former Representative from 

Louisiana) 
Bills and resolutions relative to 
Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office, La Place, 

LA: designate (see S. 2418), 9900 [7MY] 
Post Office Building, La Place, LA: designate as 
Gillis W. Long, Post Office Building (see H.R. 
4782), 10214 [8MY] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Post Office Building, La Place, LA: designate as 
Gillis W. Long Post Office Building (H.R. 4782), 
17685 [24JY], 17858 [28JY] 

designate as Gillis W. Long Post Office 

Building (H.R. 4782), unanimous-consent agree- 
ment, 17685 [24JY] 
Remarks in Senate relative to 

Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office, La Place, 
LA: designate (S. 2418), 9901 [7MY] 
LONG, PHO BA 
Letters 

Vietnamese-American Entrepreneur Training Pro- 
gram, 13085 [10JN] 
LONG, ROBERT L.J. 
Statements 

Homeporting, 19529 [6AU] 
LONG, RUSSELL B. (a Senator from Louisiana) 
Amendments offered by, to 

Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27900, 
28000 [20C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12952 [6JN] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

conference report, 15858, 15997 [26JN] 
Budget: setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987- 
89 (S. Con. Res. 120), 8530 [23AP], 9078 [30AP] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), 576 [27JA], 
956 [29JA] 



Export-Import Bank Act: amend and extend (S. 

2247), 17251 [22JY] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: enact (S. 2405), 25694, 

25701 [23SE] 
Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising 

(S. 1965), 12248 [3JN] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 30508 [140C] 
Senate: radio and television coverage of proceed- 
ings (S. Res. 28), 2617 [24FE], 3144, 3198 [27FE] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 14509-14511, 
14627 [19JN], 14827 [20JN], 15156-15163 [24JN] 
Water Resources Development Act: enact (S 
1567), 4979, 5033 [14MR] 
Appointments 

Conferee: H.J. Res. 668, increase statutory limit of 

public debt, 20365 [9AU] 
H.R. 6, Water Resources, Conservation, De- 
velopment, and Infrastructure Improvement and 
Rehabilitation Act, 6268 [26MR] 
H.R. 3129, Surface Transportation and Uni- 
form Relocation Assistance Act, 26165 [25SE] 

H.R. 3838, Tax Reform Act, 16419 [15JY] 

H.R. 5300, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 

Act, 26151 [25SE] 

S. 2405, Federal-Aid Highway Act, 26165 

[25SE] 
Delegation to international conferences, meetings, 
and negotiations on trade agreements, 3429 
[3MR] 
Articles and editorials 

Beware of the Soviet "Piece" Offensive, Jim Guir- 

ard, Jr., 6515 [27MR] 
Chance To Be on "Right Side" in Nicaragua, Jim 
Guirard, Jr., Atlanta (GA) Journal and Constitu- 
tion, 6516 [27MR] 
Enforcing Child Support With a Federal Stick, 
Neal R. Peirce, Boston (MA) Globe, 33375 
[HOC] 
Fascist-Left Sandinistas? Jim Guirard, Jr., Pine 

Bluff (AR) Commercial, 6517 [27MR] 
Marxists by Any Other Name, Jim Guirard, Jr., 

Washington (DC) Times, 6514 [27MR] 
New Language for a New Revolution, Jim Cjuir- 
ard, Jr., Pine Bluff (AR) Commercial, 6517 
[27MR] 
New Revolution in Nicaragua, Jim Guirard, Jr., 

Washington (DC) Times, 6514 [27MR] 
Next Steps in Rail Deregulation, New York (NY) 

Times, 1215 [30JA] 
Russell Long— Tax Master and Senate Mentor, 
Pamela Fessler, Congressional Quarterly (maga- 
zine), 8093-8096 [21AP] 
Sam Bason Dies at Age 91, J.M. Harrelson, Caswell 

(NC) Messenger, 5407 [19MR] 
Square Miranda Rights With Reason, Edwin Meese 

III, Wall Street Journal, 14101 [17JN] 
Tributes Recall Sam Bason's Love of Fellow 
Man— Former Messenger Editor Remembers Old 
Friend, Erwin D. Stephens, Caswell (NC) Mes- 
senger, 5407 [19MR] 
Unlearned Lessons of Grenada, Jim Guirard, Jr., 

Washington (DC) Inquirer, 6515 [27MR] 
Work Ethic and Welfare, Allan C. Brownfeld, 

Washington (DC) Times, 33376 [170C] 
Work Ethic State, Mickey Kaus, New Republic, 
33368-33375 [170C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Cajun Music Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 355), 

12773 [5JN] 
Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office, La Place, 

LA: designate (see S. 2418), 9900 [7MY] 
States: uniform system on imposition, collection, 
and administration of local sales and use taxes in 
interstate commerce (see S. 2913), 29549 [80C] 
Tariff: application of drawback provisions to cer- 
tain imports of cane sugar (see S. 2637), 15950 
[26JN] 

suspend duty on 3-EthyIamino-p-cresol (see 

S. 2775), 21918 [15AU] 

suspend duty on sethoxydim (see S. 2774), 

21918 [15AU] 
Taxation: uniform system to eliminate restrictions 
on imposition, collection, and administration by 
States (see S. 2913), 29549 [80C] 



LONG, RUSSELL B. 

Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: commend compassionate assistance ex- 
tended to Southeast farmers (see S. Res. 451), 
1739C [23JY] 

farm credit system loan restructuring (see S. 

Con. Res. 138), 11332 [20MY] 
Aviation Safety Commission Act: enact (see S. 

2417), 12781 [5JN] 
Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge, 

LA: establish (see S. 2741), 20922 [12AU] 
Challenger (space shuttle): honor astronauts (see S. 
Res. 332), 7032 [9AP] 

space program disaster (see S. Res. 299), 613 

[28JA] 
Comprehensive Narcotics Control Act: enact (see 

S. 2798), 22449 [9SE] 
DeArment, Roderick A.: commend (see S. Res. 

334), 1704, 1720 [5FE] 
82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: grant 

charter (see S. 2115), 33503 [HOC] 
Energy Security Acfc enact (see S. 2779), 21918 

[15AU] 
Farm Credit Assistance Act: enact (see S. 2332), 

11332 [20MY] 
Farm Credit System: agricultural loan restructuring 

(see S. Con. Res. 122), 11332 [20MY] 
Farm Credit System Borrower Interest Rate Relief 

Act: enact (see S. 2770), 28516 [30C] 
Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 371), 15950 [26JN] 
Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see S.J. 

Res. 337), 9320 [1MY] 
Louisiana: release restrictions on certain property in 

Calcasieu Parish (see S. 2031), 3192 [27FE] 
Missing Children Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 342), 

10289 [12MY] 
National Agricultural Export Week: enact (see S.J. 

Res. 310), 7410 [HAP] 
National Correctional Officers Week: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 64), 17394 [23JY] 
National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention 
Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 354), 11714 
[21 MY] 
National Energy Policy and Security Act: enact 

(seeS. 2678), 25131 [22SE] 
National Fishing Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

262), 1922 [6FE] 
National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 357), 12773 [5JN] 
National Home Care Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 

339), 11333 [20MY] 
National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see S.J. Res. 263), 3192 [27FE] 
National Interstate Highway Day: designate (see 

S.J. Res. 351), 11315 [20MY] 
National Narcotics Act: enact (see S. 2716), 19240 

[5AU] 
National Nursing Home Residents Day: designate 

(see S.J. Res. 264), 1885 [6FE] 
Natural Gas Utilization Act: enact (see S. 1251), 

23823 [17SE] 
Navajo-Hopi Land Exchange Act: enact (see S. 

2651), 33503 [HOC] 
NOAA: improve national storm forecasting pro- 
gram (see S. Con. Res. 137), 13625 [12JN] 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- 
tion: funding rescission (see S. Con. Res. 106), 
3971 [6MR] 
Office of the Director of National and International 
Drug Operations and Policy: establish (see S. 
2716), 19240 [5AU] 
Product Liability Reform Act: enact (see S. 2760), 

21615 [14AU] 
Reagan, President: congratulations on 75th birthday 

(see S. Res. 336), 1886 [6FE] 
Senior Center Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 281), 

4169 [10MR] 
Social Security: prohibit retroactive modification of 
child support arrearages (see S. 2404), 9416 
[5MY] 
Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: support (see S. 
Res. 398), 10066 [8MY] 



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LONG, RUSSELL B. 

U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration: authoriz- 
ing appropriations (see S. 2307), 7489 [15AP] 
Unfair Trade Concessions Requirements Act: enact 

(see S. 2226), 6019 [24MR] 
Youth: grants for narcotics and alcoholism preven- 
tion, treatment, and rehabilitation programs (see 
S. 2800), 26839 [27SE] 
Youth Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see 
S.J. Res. 266), 2200 [18FE] 
Eulogies 

Samuel Murphey Bason: Robert Clawson, 5406 
[19MR] 
Explanations 

Employee stock ownership plans: technical and 

clarifying amendments, 14506-14508 [19JN] 
Explanation of the ESOP amendments in the Tax 
Reform Act of 1986, 26650-26653 [27SE] 
Interviews 

Lyndon B. Johnson's work in the Senate: by 
(sundry excerpts), 3398, 3400 [3MR] 
Letters 

Employee stock ownership plans: by, 14506 [19JN] 
Long-term capital gains tax: George P. Shultz, Sec. 

of State (excerpt), 14122 [17JN] 
Medicare exclusion of capital-related costs from 
prospective payment system: Senator Pack wood, 
12768 [5JN] 

by, 12768 [5JN] 

Water Resources Development Act: Robert K. 
Dawson, Dept. of Defense, 6236-6238 [27MR] 
Memorandums 

Employee Stock Ownership Plans, 14506 [19JN] 
Proceedings 

Impeachment trial of Judge Harry E. Claiborne, 
29152 [70C] 
Remarks by, on 

Agarkov, Boris, and family: efforts to emigrate 

from Soviet Union, 13085 [10JN] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 27891 
[20C] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

12740, 12742, 12749, 12768 [5JN], 12867 [6JN] 
Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge, 
LA: establish, 28646 [30C] 

establish (S. 2741), 20925' [12AU] 

Birmingham, AL, sinking fund: limitation on invest- 
ment in non-purpose obligations, 14816 [20JN] 
Boston Celtics (basketball team): commend on win- 
ning National Basketball Association Champion- 
ship (S. Res. 422), 12998 [9JN] 
Budget: constitutional amendment on a balanced 
(S.J. Res. 225), 4458, 4461 [12MR], 4735 [13MR] 

deficit, 1853, 1854 [6FE] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), 7374 [HAP], 8635 [24AP], 
18080 [30JY] 
Cajun Music Month: designate (S.J. Res. 355), 

12779 [5JN] 
Central America: International Security and Devel- 
opment Cooperation Act (S.J. Res. 283), 6514 
[27MR] 
Charity Hospital: tribute, 32380 [160C] 
Congressional Record: incomplete proceedings, 

14300 [18JN] 
Conrail: transfer ownership (S. 638), 1187, 1215 

[30JA] 
DeArment, Roderick A.: commend (S. Res. 334), 

1704 [5FE] 
Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (S. 
2638), 19189 [5AU], 20269, 20362 [9AU] 

authorizing appropriations (S. 2638), cloture 

motion, 19534 [6AU] 
Education: Dept. of Defense funding for research 
and development, 12740, 12742 [5JN] 

establish drug abuse prevention programs, 

27186 [30SE], 31364 [150C] 
Emergency Wetlands Resources Act: enact (S. 

740), 28646 [30C] 
Employee stock ownership plans: establishment of 
employees as successors to companies, 14573 
[19JN], 15042 [24JN] 
Federal-Aid Highway Act: enact (S. 2405), 25527 
[23SE] 



Gillis W. Long Memorial Post Office, La Place, 

LA: designate (S. 2418), 9901 [7MY] 
GPO: incomplete proceedings of Congressional 

Record, 14300 [18JN] 
Great Northern Iron Ore Trust: taxation, 15003 

[24JN] 
Individual retirement accounts: tax deductions, 
13305, 13316, 13354, 13356, 13358, 13361-13362 
[11JN] 
Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 13085 
[10JN] 

Soviet persecution, 13085 [10JN] 

Kentucky Public Service Commission: treatment of 
production costs of property under construction, 
15039 [24JN] 
Kosharovsky, Yuli: efforts to emigrate from Soviet 

Union, 13085 [10JN] 
Lumber trade: Canadian imports, 2797, 2798 [26FE] 
Manion, Daniel A.: nomination, 15099 [24JN] 
Medicare: exclusion of capital-related costs from 

prospective payment system, 12768 [5JN] 
Narcotics: foreign cooperation in eradicating crops 

and traffic, 27186 [30SE], 31364 [150C] 
Natural gas industry: eligibility of workers and 
firms supplying parts and services for trade ad- 
justment assistance, 12867 [6JN] 
New Mexico Is a State Day: recognize (S. Res. 

427), 13700 [13JN] 
Nicaragua: military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 

283), 6514 [27MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 27186 [30SE], 31364 
[1SOC] 
Petroleum industry: eligibility of workers and firms 
supplying parts and services for trade adjustment 
assistance, 12867 [6JN] 
Private foundations: estimated tax payments, 14809 

[20JN] 
Procurement Safeguard Act: enact (S. 2030), 1691, 

1694 [5FE] 
Product Liability Reform Act: enact (S. 2760), 
motion to proceed to consideration, 26147-26149 
[z5SE] 

enact (S. 2760), procedure on delivery of 

speeches, 26147-26149 [25SE] 
Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 668), 
17364 [23JY], 17740, 17741 [25JY], 18471, 18506, 
18526 [31JY] 

prohibit borrowing on U.S. credit unless % 

of both chambers approve a waiver, 4458 [12MR] 
Public welfare: reform, 33365-33368 [170C] 
Public works: clarify ability of non-Federal interests 
to issue bonds to retire debt incurred in participa- 
tion in water projects, 4979 [14MR] 

collection of user fees on commercial vessels 

using certain water projects, 4981 [14MR] 
Railroads: sale of Conrail, 1187, 1215 [30JA] 
Rehnquist, William H: nomination, 14106 [17JN] 
Roads and highways: amend national speed limit 

legislation, 25527 [23SE] 
Senate: agreement to motion for television coverage 
should be adopted by majority vote, 3144, 3145 
[27FE] 

legislative program, 1360 [3FE], 14816 

[20JN], 24907 [19SE], 26613 [27SE] 

radio and television coverage of proceedings 

(S. Res. 28), 1360, 1369, 1380-1382, 1384, 1388- 
1395 [3FE], 1557, 1558, 1562-1565 [4FE], 1683- 
1687, 1695-1697 [5FE], 2377, 2380 [19FE], 2509- 
2511, 2513, 2520, 2523, 2524 [20FE], 2617 [24FE], 
2698-2700 [25FE], 2832-2836, 2841-2844 [26FE], 
3133, 3134, 3144, 3145, 3149 [27FE], 17895 [29JY] 

restrict television coverage to periods when 

agreed to by unanimous consent, 3133, 3134 
[27FE] 

rules changes, 2380 [19FE] 

Small business: extend coverage of the Regulatory 

Flexibility Act to IRS regulations, 14572 [19JN] 

Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 13085 

[10JN] 
States: uniform system on imposition, collection, 
and administration of local sales and use taxes in 
interstate commerce (S. 2913), 29549* [80C] 



Strategic defense initiative: funding, 19189 [5AU] 

Reagan administration policy, 33168 [170C] 

Tariff: application of drawback provisions to cer- 
tain imports of cane sugar (S. 2637), 15987* 
[26JN] 

suspend duty on 3-Ethylamino-p-cresol (S. 

2775), 21935* [15AU] 

suspend duty on sethoxydim (S. 2774), 

21935* [15AU] 
Tax Reform Act: enact (H.R. 3838), 12449-12450 
[4JN], 13305, 13316, 13354, 13356, 13358, 13361- 
13362 [11JN], 13562-13564, 13569, 13572, 13577, 
13583, 13607 [12JN], 13678, 13679, 13703 [13JN], 
14113, 14146, 14153, 14163 [17JN], 14338, 14345, 
14402, 14405, 14408 [18JN], 14499, 14505, 14506, 
14509, 14512-14513, 14530, 14556, 14572-14576 
[19JN], 14781-14783, 14800, 14801, 14803, 14809, 
14813, 14816, 14820 [20JN], 14923 [23JN], 15003, 
15004, 15008, 15013, 15016, 15028, 15039, 15042, 
15057, 15079 [24JN] 

enact (H.R. 3838), conference report, 22777 

[USE], 26481, 26485, 26491, 26497 [26SE], 
26601-26603, 26628, 26649, 26685 [27SE] 
enact (H.R. 3838), motion to proceed to con- 
sideration, 12437, 12441 [4JN] 
enact (H.R. 3838), unanimous-consent agree- 
ment, 14577, 14580 [19JN] 
Taxation: ability of U.S. companies to compete ef- 
fectively with their foreign counterparts in for- 
eign markets, 14820 [20JN] 

allow a taxpayer to deduct either State and 

local income taxes or sales taxes, 13607 [12JN] 

application of investment tax credit changes 

to written supply or service contracts, 15028 
[24JN] 

delete the exception for working interests in 

oil and gas property from the definition of pas- 
sive activity, 13569, 13572, 13577, 13583 [12JN] 

exclude from definition of an unrelated trade 

or business qualified convention and trade show 
activities, 14809 [20JN] 

itemized deductions, 13361-13362 [11JN] 

limitation on investment in non-purpose obli- 
gations 14813-14816 [20JN] 

make certain changes relative to irrevocable 

estate elections, 15016 [24JN] 

modifying the transitional rule that requires 

property be placed in service before a certain 
date, 14113 [17JN] 

$1 checkoff relative to Presidential elections, 

31364 [150C] 

provide a third rate bracket for individual 

taxpayers at 35%, 14338, 14345 [18JN] 

reduce year-to-year revenue fluctuations in 

H.R. 3838, 15004 [24JN] 

transition rule permitting steel companies to 

elect to carry back 50% of their earned but 
unused investment credits, 15057 [24JN] 

treatment of foreign investment in U.S. real 

property, 14146 [17JN] 

uniform system to eliminate restrictions on 

imposition, collection, and administration by 
States (S. 2913), 29549* [80C] 
Tennessee: tax-exempt bonds for five counties to 
build a thermal transfer facility near Tullahoma, 
14801, 14803 [20JN] 
Trade Expansion Act: amend relative to relief for 
industries vital to the national security which are 
threatened by imports, 20269 [9AU] 
U.N.: restrict U.S. assessed contributions, 27891 

[20C] 
United Steelworkers of America: anniversary (S. 

Res. 428), 14104 [17JN] 
Water Resources Development Act: enact (S. 
1567), 4979, 4981 [14MR], 6205, 6235 [26MR] 
Weirton Steel Co.: worker-owned company, 25464 

[23SE] 
Weirton Steel Corp.: tribute, 6536 [27MR] 
Windfall profit tax: crude oil, 18471 [31JY] 
Yam Day: observance, 11353* [20MY] 



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Remarks in Senate relative to 

Employee stock ownership plans: contributions to 

legislation, 14987 [24JN] 
Taxation: contributions to reform, 14986 [24JN] 
Tribute, 7375 [14AP], 8093 [21AP], 9780 [7MY], 
15047 [24JN], 15316 [25JN], 20378 [9AU], 29858, 
29861, 29862, 29865, 29866-29869, 29940* [90C], 
30219 [10OC], 30466 [140C], 31330, 31335, 
31342, 31356, 31358, 31425 [150C], 32550, 32554, 
32557, 32563, 32567, 32569 [160C], 33169, 33440, 
33441, 33449, 33450, 33454, 33463, 33464, 33467, 
33468, 33471, 33481, 33484 [170C], 33711, 33837 
[180C], 33886, 33897 [6NO] 
Statements 

Employee Stock Ownership Plans: by, 14567, 

14573-14576 [19JN] 
Federal Waste, Fraud, and Abuse, 18471 [31JY] 
Senate: by, 31331 [150C] 

Senate Television Coverage (excerpt), 1388 [3FE] 
State and Local Tax Deductions: by, 13563 [12JN] 
Tribute: Senator Dole, 14513 [19JN] 

William Simon, 14513 [19JN] 

Testimonies 

Welfare Reform: President Reagan, 33365 [HOC] 
Texts of 
S. Res. 28, radio and television coverage of Senate 
proceedings (sundry excerpts), 1564 [4FE] 
Tributes 
Bason, Samuel Murphey, 5406 [19MR] 
Byrd, Senator, 31331 [150C] 
Eastland, James O., 2296 [19FE] 
Hunter, Robert E., 15178 [24JN] 
Lehleitner, George, 13612 [12JN] 
Vojkovich, John, 23106* [12SE] 
LONG BEACH, CA 
Addresses 

Retired — How Successful Are You?: Barney Old- 
field, 17863 [28JY], 19883 [7AU] 
Remarks in House 

Camay, Laurence D.: tribute, 16273 [26JN] 
Chamber of Commerce: tribute, 13425 [11JN] 
Community Rehabilitation Industries: anniversary, 

13423 [11JN] 
Deukmejian, Alice: tribute, 9697 [6MY] 
Garcia, Genero B.: tribute, 12016 [22MY] 
Gill, Don G.: tribute, 22762 [10SE] 
Jamison, Edward J.: tribute, 5345 [18MR] 
Langlois, Dea: tribute, 655 [28JA] 
Langslet, C. Robert and Audrey: tribute, 22169 

[15AU] 
Montoya, Benjamin F.: tribute, 5591 [19MR] 
National Association of Retired Federal Employ- 
ees: workshop, 17863 [28JY] 
Patterson, Isabel: tribute, 9705 [6MY] 
Roberts, Suzanne: tribute, 12539 [4JN] 
Slocombe, Charles P. (Chuck): tribute, 22759 

[10SE] 
United Stroke Foundation: tribute, 214 [21JA] 
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals, Inc.: tribute, 
33580 [HOC] 
Statements 

Children (excerpt), 9697 [6MY] 
LONG BEACH (CA) PRESS-TELEGRAPH 
Articles and editorials 

Police Hold 2 Suspects in Glenn Anderson Rob- 
bery, Shooting Try — Anderson Feels "Grateful" 
After Brush With Bandits, 1025 [29JA] 
LONG ISLAND, NY 
Remarks in House 

Campi, Robert: tribute, 30149 [90C] 
Levine, Shari L.: tribute, 29397 [70C] 
Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469: anniversary, 29847 
[80C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Atomic energy: Shoreham nuclear power plant, 

12796 [5JN] 
Macedonia African Methodist Episcopal Church: 

anniversary, 29585 [80C] 
Savings of America (organization): tribute, 17405 
[23JY] 
Reports 

Pond Snail: Shari L. Levine, 29398 [70C] 



LONG ISLAND (NY) NEWSDAY see Newsday 
LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH 
Poems 

"Bivouac of Life", 23454 [16SE] 
LONGMEADOW, MA 
Remarks in House 

Egan, James F.: tribute, 27446 [30SE] 
LONGSHOREMEN'S AND HARBOR WORK- 
ER'S COMPENSATION ACT 
Memorials of legislature 

Hawaii, 10404 [13MY], 10704 [14MY] 
LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE FOR THE 

ELDERLY ACT 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 5255), 18151 [30JY] 
LONGVIEW, TX 
Remarks in House 
Cargill, Bob, Sr.: tribute, 33586 [170C] 
Fiengo, Stephen: tribute, 2042 [6FE] 
LONGVIEW (WA) NEWS 
Articles and editorials 

Views of the News— Saying No, 18842 [1AU] 
LOPES, MATHEW, LAURA, AND FAMILY 
Articles and editorials 

East Providence Lopes — They're Solid Athletes 
and Solid Citizens, 31425 [150C] 
LOPEZ, ARMANDO 
Remarks in House 

Nicaragua: profile, 5204 [18MR] 
LOPEZ, ARTURO 
Articles and editorials 

Man Most Likely To Succeed . . . Does, 22482 
[9SE] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 22482 [9SE] 
LOPEZ, JOHN R. 
Petitions 

Education of the deaf systems, 4578 [12MR] 
LOPEZ, JOSE, AND FAMILY 
Articles and editorials 

"Revival" of Image-Carving in New Mexico — 
Object-Fetishism or Cultural Conservation?, 
15630 [25 JN] 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 15630 [25 JN] 
LORAIN, OH 
Bills and resolutions 

Lorence, Paul F.: commemorative service (see H. 

Res. 492) 
Ribas-Dominicci, Fernando A.: commemorative 
service (see H. Res. 492) 
Petitions 

Support Save American Industry/Jobs Day: United 
Steelworkers of America, 8787 [28AP] 
LORAIN COUNTY, OH 
Petitions 

Designate Save American Industry/Jobs Day: 
AFL-CIO, 10404 [13MY] 

chamber of commerce, 11313 [20MY], 11450 

[20MY] 

South Euclid, OH, City Council, 10524 

[13MY] 
LORAIN (OH) JOURNAL 
Articles and editorials 

Bridge of Trust, 15633 [25JN] 
LORD, WINSTON 
Addresses 

Sino-American Relations — No Time for Compla- 
cency — National Council on U.S. -China Trade, 
17152-17154 [21JY] 
LORENCE, PAUL F. 
Bills and resolutions 

Lorain, OH: commemorative service (see H. Res. 
492) 
Memorandums 

For Secretaries of the Military Departments — Rela- 
tive to Military Academy Appointments for Peter 
Lorence and Fernando L. Ribas-Berain: Caspar 
W. Weinberger, Sec. of Defense, 9779 [7MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Lorence, Peter: provide for appointment to a serv- 
ice academy (S. 2339), 8067 [18AP] 



LOS ANGELES, CA 

provide for White House appointment to a 

service academy, 9779 [7MY] 
Texts of 
S. 2339, provide for appointment of Fernando L. 
Ribas-Berain and Peter Lorence to a service 
academy, 8068 [18AP] 
LORENCE, PETER 
Bills and resolutions 

Service academies: appointment (see S. 2339; H.J. 
Res. 604) 
Letters 

Military Academy Appointment: Dept. of Defense, 
9779 [7MY] 
Memorandums 

For Secretaries of the Military Departments — Rela- 
tive to Military Academy Appointments: Caspar 
W. Weinberger, Sec. of Defense, 9779 [7MY] 
Remarks in House 

U.S. service academy: appointment (H.J. Res. 604), 
8328 [22AP] 
Remarks in Senate 

Service academy: provide for appointment (S. 
2339), 8067 [18AP] 

provide for White House appointment, 9779 

[7MY] 
Texts of 
H.J. Res. 604, provide for appointment to a service 

academy, 8329 [22AP] 
S. 2339, provide for appointment to a service acad- 
emy, 8068 [18AP] 
LORENZO, DOM 
Bills and resolutions 

Relief (see H.R. 4165) 
LORTON, VA 
Bills and resolutions 

District of Columbia: prohibit construction of new 
correctional facilities (see S. 2019; H.R. 4050) 
reimbursement of certain prison-related ex- 
penditures to Fairfax County, VA (see S. 2128) 
Remarks in Senate 

District of Columbia: limit construction at prison 

facility, 20910 [12AU] 
Prisons: ban new construction (S. 2019), 405 [23JA] 
Texts of 
S. 2019, ban construction of new prison facilities, 
406 [2 3 J A] 
LOS ALAMOS, NM 
Papers 

Responsibility of the Scientific Community in Mat- 
ters of National Security: Louis Rosen, 27435 
[30SE] 
Remarks in House 

Space Science Laboratory: funding, 22077 [15AU] 
Remarks in Senate 

Harder, Cheri: tribute, 16872 [17JY] 
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY, NM 
Remarks in Senate 

Dept. of Energy: extend time to provide communi- 
ty assistance payments to school board, 19844 
[7AU] 
Reports 

Community Assistance Program: Dept. of Energy 
(excerpt), 19844 [7AU] 
LOS ANGELES, CA 
Articles and editorials 

Dumb Policy, 27314 [30SE] 

Frank Higbee, Former L.A. Port Warden, 23026 

[USE] 
Lincoln Brigade — Veterans of Spanish Civil War 
Look Back, Mark 50th Anniversary, 14463 
[18JN] 
Neighbors Try To Save Park by Blocking VA 

Land Sale, 27315 [30SE] 
Oasis of Hope in the Watts Community, 24696 

[I8SE] 
Residents, Veterans, Legislators Mobilize To Bar 

VA Land Sale, 27316 [30SE] 
Sale of V.A. Land Is Still Undecided, 27315 [30SE] 
What Price Sanctuary?, 30450 [10OC] 



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LOS ANGELES, CA 

Letters 

Sale of VA land in Los Angeles: De Witt W. Clin- 
ton, 27315 [30SE] 

VA, 27316, 27317 [30SE] 

Memorials of legislature 

California, 27269 [30SE] 
Remarks in House 

Alderete, Frank: tribute, 23030 [USE] 
Amos, Kent: tribute, 9955 [7MY] 
Angello, Joseph C: tribute, 22497 [9SE] 
Association of Jewish Educators: scholarship 

awards, 9478 [5MY] 
Basgall, Monty: tribute, 28685 [30C], 30138 [90C] 
Betancourt, Nick: tribute, 10261 [9MY] 
Bohler, Lewis P., Jr.: tribute, 23022 [USE] 
Boswell, Lucille: tribute, 13176 [10JN] 
Braun, Richard: tribute, 4382 [11MR] 
Buckner, Jennie C: tribute, 26570 [26SE] 
Clark, Jimmy B.: tribute, 30426 [10OC] 
Cowdrey, Kit: tribute, 7236 [10AP] 
D'Acquisto, Rose: tribute, 1784 [5FE] 
Demers, William: tribute, 2458 [19FE] 
Donahue, Terry: tribute, 7067 [9AP] 
Dorph, Sheldon: tribute, 3008 [26FE] 
Eicholtz, Robert L.: tribute, 9008 [29 AP] 
Gellepis, Chris: tribute, 11253 [19MY] 
Good Neighbor Council, Inc.: tribute to area resi- 
dents, 9475 [5MY] 
Great Peace March: tribute, 3264 [27FE], 4184 

[10MR] 
Harrah, Gene and Clara: tribute, 30422 [10OC] 
Higbee, Frank D.: tribute, 23026 [USE] 
Hirsch, Anita: tribdte, 11476 [20MY] 
Hispanic Family of the Year: tribute to various, 

24716 [18SE] 
Hudson, H. Claude: tribute, 7601 [15AP] 
Hughes, Teresa P.: tribute, 13040 [9JN] 
Junior Olympics Program: Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

anniversary as national sponsor, 31230 [140C] 
Kanner, Ted: tribute, 17695 [24JY] 
Katz, Avshalom, and wife: tribute, 13414 [11JN] 
Katz, Ernst: tribute, 11252 [19MY] 
Knox, Owen L.: tribute, 18038 [29JY] 
Kohl, Randolph B.: tribute, 14872 [20JN] 
Lauer, Mechtilde: tribute, 1023 [29JA] 
Lemmerman, Merv: tribute, 17698 [24JY] 
Los Angeles Roundtable for Children: income sup- 
port program data, 21749 [14AU] 
Northrop Corp.: anniversary of High School In- 
volvement Program, 10744 [14MY] 
Orduna, Paul: tribute, 32674 [160C] 
Overmeer, William (Bill): tribute, 1027 [29JA] 
Picus, Joy: tribute, 2457 [19FE] 
Raichik, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D.: tribute, 7055 

[9AP] 
Roos, Joseph: tribute, 3273 [27FE] 
Rosenstein, Mildred and Herman: tribute, 14463 

[18JN] 
Rothman, Claire L.: tribute, 12005 [22MY] 
Schlessinger, Philip J.: tribute, 2645 [24FE] 
Shaw, Ted: tribute, 1024 [29JA] 
Siciliano, Rocco: tribute, 9708 [6MY] 
Silbert, Harvey L.: tribute, 12529 [4JN] 
Smeby, Khyl S.: tribute, 16400 [14JY] 
Strawn, Larry J.: tribute, 12834 [5JN] 
Sylmar High School: anniversary, 8578 [23AP] 
Thorell, Len M.: tribute, 14861 [20JN] 
Tidemanson, Thomas A.: tribute, 7063 [9AP] 
Toberman, Lucy G.: tribute, 8422 [22AP] 
Uyeda, Kenichi (Kenny): tribute, 2415 [19FE] 
Walters, Rita: tribute, 13041 [9JN] 
Weinraub, Coco: tribute, 18587 [31JY] 
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals, Inc.: tribute, 

33580 [HOC] 
Woo, Michael: tribute, 11953 [22MY] 
World Trade Week: observance, 7250 [10AP] 
Yaroslavsky, Zev: tribute, 13042 [9JN] 
Remarks in Senate 
Committee for the Defense of Soviet Armenian Po- 
litical Prisoners: establishment, 16446 [15JY] 
Senate's children caucus: Los Angeles, CA, forum, 
22018 [15AU] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Charles E. Cord: city council, 30306 [10OC] 



investigate murder (S. Res. 



the 



Statements 

Maybelle Claudia Carson Wiggins, 9476 [5MY] 
Tribute to Evelyn P. Crawford, 9475 [5MY] 
Tribute to Ida L. Tolson-Crosby, 9475 [5MY] 
Tribute to Minnie Ola Pleasant, 9475 [5MY] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) EXAMINER 
Articles and editorials 

Dangers of Protectionism — Textile Bill Would Un- 
dermine the Market, 19352 [6AU] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) HERALD EXAMINER 
Articles and editorials 

Bargaining With Star Wars, 12832 [5JN] 
Cranston, 30153 [90C] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) NEW TIMES-HEADLIGHT 
Articles and editorials 

Late City Employee Remembered Best for Longev- 
ity, Pride, 2415 [19FE] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) PHILIPPINE NEWS 
Bills and resolutions 

Salvatierra, Oscar Y.: investigate murder (see S. 
Res. 350) 
Remarks in Senate 
Salvatierra, Oscar Y. 
350), 2552 [20FE] 
Texts of 
S. Res. 350, investigate murder of Oscar Y. Salva- 
tierra, 2553 [20FE] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) SENTINEL 
Articles and editorials 

Mervyn Dymally— Champion, 15620 [25 JN] 
LOS ANGELES (CA) TIMES 
Articles and editorials 

Aircraft Safety— Cracks Begin To Show 

System, 6997-7000 [9AP] 
Anguish and Policy, 10720 [14MY] 
Apartheid (excerpt), 27133 [30SE] 
Appeal for Peace, 7251 [10AP] 
Approaches to the Americas— Reagan's Nicaragua 
Obsession Puts All the Hemisphere at Risk, 7582 
[15AP] 
Armenian Anguish, 10721 [14MY] 
Asking for Trouble, 11397 [20MY] 
Capital Punishment for Crime of Espionage (ex- 
cerpt), 7663 [16AP] 
Choice — Contra Victory or Permanent Dictator- 
ship, 9477 [5MY] 
Contra Aid (excerpt), 21334 [13AU] 
Dakota Line One of New Breed of Little Railroads 

That Can, 6581 [27MR] 
Deep Arms Cuts Could Upset Balance, 19131 

[5AU] 
Defining Defense by U.S. Purpose, 19184 [5AU] 
Divestiture Will Survive, 23271 [12SE] 
Drug Frenzy, 26378 [25SE] 
Dumb Policy, 27314 [30SE] 
Escape to Freedom — Lithuanian Trekked 350 Miles 

To Flee Soviet Gulag, 8224 [21AP] 
Exporting Trouble, 10328 [12MY] 
Fair Trade for the Film Trade, 1006 [29JA], 2984 

[26FE] 
Family's Long Quest Ends Historical Exile for 

Hero, 30435 [10OC] 
First Brother-Sister Combination To Win Coveted 

Scholarship, 2990 [26FE] 
For Shame, San Francisco, 23392 [16SE] 
Frank Higbee, Former L.A. Port Warden, 23026 

[USE] 
Gus Hall Startled by Gorbachev Congress, 3618 

[5MR] 
Health Agency Says Justice Department Memo on 
AIDS Ignores Evidence (excerpt), 17037 [21JY] 
Health Firms Go Under the Budget Knife, 17948 

[29JY] 
John East, Senate's One-Man Brain Trust, 17185 

[22JY] 
L.A. at Center of Massive Study of Chernobyl Vic- 
tims, 17926 [29JY] 
Last of the Early Birds Still Soar Like Eagles, 3580 

[4MR] 
Latin Americans Do Not Back Contra Aid, 5350 

[18MR] 
Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights Report on 
South African Police (excerpt), 21480 [14AU] 



Liberal for Rehnquist— His Federalism Served the 

Cause of Individual Rights, 19469 [6AU] 
Majority Backs Legal Aid for Poor, 12534 [4JN] 
Midgetman 25 Times Costlier but Is Necessary, 

Pentagon Says, 11098 [15MY] 
National Guard Now Used as Auxiliary Fighting 

Force, 21442 [13AU] 
Neighbors Try To Save Park by Blocking VA 

Land Sale, 27315 [30SE] 
Nicaragua — U.S. Again Intrudes on Third World, 

17712 [24JY] 
No Argument for Giving Contras $100 Million Is 

Supportable, 3231 [27FE] 
No Checks or Balances to Contra Policy, 5590 

[19MR] 
Not at All Judicial, 15408 [25JN] 
Political Foes Also Support Manion, 16406 [15JY] 
Prepare To Pull Out of Philippines, 2318 [19FE] 
Protection From Pesticides, 28931 [60C] 
Reduction in Defense Budget (excerpt), 32469 

[160C] 
Rehnquist Nomination, 22604 [10SE] 
Rehnquist Plan Sought Halt of Desegregation, 

22276 [8SE] 
Requiem for a Challenger — In Tribute, Let Us 
Keep Moving Into the Last Frontier, 1311 [30JA] 
Sandinistas (excerpts), 5490 [19MR] 
Settlement That's All Wet, 18363 [31JY] 
She Got the Hobbit of Reading, and Fiction 

Became Her Science, 22492 [9SE] 
Sidetracked Civil Rights, 205 [21 J A] 
Soviet Threat in Western Europe, 17049 [21JY] 
Star Wars— A Program in Disarray, 18933 [4AU] 
States' Rights and Pesticides, 28931 [60C] 
Stinging Peace Prospects, 8262 [22AP] 
Test on Pesticides, 28933 [60C] 
True or False?, 17406 [23 JY] 
U.S. Assistance to Nicaragua, 5596 [19MR] 
Warning Signals, 6965 [9AP] 
Where Is Aid to Contras Really Going?, 5591 

[19MR] 
World Scofflaw, 22465 [9SE] 
Interviews 

Strategic defense initiative: Robert S. McNamara, 
32825 [HOC] 
Letters 

Armenian genocide: Representative Coelho, 10721 
[14MY] 
Remarks in Senate 

Aeronautics: airline safety investigation, 6996 [9AP] 
Statements 

Reduction in Defense Budget: Senator Goldwater, 
32469 [160C] 
LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA 
Articles and editorials 

Dumb Policy, 27314 [30SE] 

Neighbors Try To Save Park by Blocking VA 

Land Sale, 27315 [30SE] 
Residents, Veterans, Legislators Mobilize To Bar 

VA Land Sale, 27316 [30SE] 
Sale of V.A. Land Is Still Undecided, 27315 [30SE] 
Letters 

Sale of VA land in Los Angeles: De Witt W. Clin- 
ton, 27315 [30SE] 

VA, 27316, 27317 [30SE] 

Petitions 

Antidrug operation involving Federal and military 

services: board of supervisors, 8787 [28AP] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Amendments 
Act: board of supervisors, 14079 [17JN]; 18228 
[30JY] 
Tribute to Deane Dana: Israel, 6817 [8AP] 
Remarks in House 

Adorian, Victor: tribute, 1661 [4FE] 

Dana, Deane: tribute, 6817 [8AP] 

Horwitch, Elliott: tribute, 30121 [90C] 

King, Coretta S.: tribute, 3239 [27FE] 

Margolis, Larry: tribute, 16512 [15JY] 

Olive View Medical Center: tribute, 2791 [25FE] 

Spring, Mary: tribute, 16512 [15JY] 



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LOTT, TRENT 



LOS NIETOS, CA 
Remarks in House 

Leong, Herlinda: tribute, 8585 [23AP] 
Mitchell, Samuel J.: tribute, 11104 [15MY] 
LOSEY, JEANNE 
Poems 

"Challenger." January 28, 1986, 7422 [14AP] 
LOTT, TRENT (a Representative from Mississippi) 
Amendments offered by. to 

Appropriations: making urgent supplemental (H.R. 

4515), 10184 [8MY] 
Appointments 

Committee To Conduct Corazon Aquino into the 

Chamber, 23945 [18SE] 
Committee To Escort the President, 1490 [4FE] 
Articles and editorials 

Cliffhanger Still, Washington (DC) Post, 8427* 

[22AP] 
Failure on Immigration, Washington (DC) Post, 

27322 [30SE] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Black Creek, MS: designate as segment of National 

Wild and Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 4091), 
1073 [30JA] 
Budget: sunset process if no action is taken to 

extend or modify (see H.R. 5699), 31219 [140C] 
Commission on Budget Process Review: establish 

(see H.R. 5699), 31219 [140C] 
House: special rule prohibiting inclusion of extrane- 
ous matters on the budget (see H. Res. 444), 921 1 

[1MY] 
Nicaragua: promote internal reconciliation (see H. 

Res. 419), 7367 [MAP] 
promote internal reconciliation, to consider 

H.J. Res. 283 (see H. Res. 419), 7367 [MAP] 
Waynesboro, MS: consideration under Color of 

Title Act of certain parcel of land (see H.R. 

5151), 15772 [26JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Angola Loan Restriction Act: enact (see H.R. 

4145), 6931 [9AP] 
Armed Forces: military commissary and exchange 

privileges to certain reserve members (see H.R. 

1577), 2594 [:. ?E] 
Astronauts: authorizing establishment of a memorial 

(see H.J. Res. 504), 1780 [5FE] 
Aviation: uniform rules of liability damages arising 

out of accidents (see H.R. 4142), 28824 [60C] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 

Act: exempt cost of living adjustments (see H.R. 

4057), 5076 [17MR] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

9466 [5MY] 
Bilingual Education Act: make Federal financial as- 
sistance available for children of limited English 

proficiency (see H.R. 4538), 10990 [15MY] 
Brown, Lester R.: honor for years of service to his 

country (see H. Con. Res. 335), 10215 [8MY] 
Canada: expansion of furniture trade (see H.R. 

3644), 17693 [24JY] 
Census: prevent distortions in reapportionment of 

House figures which include illegal aliens (see 

H.R. 3710), 2496 [20FE] 
Challenger II (space shuttle): NASA may accept 

gifts and donations (see H.R. 4202), 3854 [6MR] 
Civil service: cost of living adjustments in annuities 

payable shall be made in 1987 (see H.R. 4060), 

2978 [26FE] 
Communications Act: encoding of satellite-transmit- 
ted programming (see H.R. 3989), 4703 [13MR] 
restrict obscene and indecent communica- 
tions by phone (see H.R. 4439), 6639 [8AP] 
Congress: designate We The People calendar as 

official for Bicentennial of the Constitution (see 

H. Con. Res. 375), 18227 [30JY] 
procedures for evaluating witnesses' claims 

of privilege before committees (see H.R. 4245), 

12624 [5JN] 
Constitution: establishing English as the official lan- 
guage (see H.J. Res. 96), 601 [28JA] 
Copyright: conveyance of right to perform publicly 

syndicated television programs without right to 

perform accompanying music (see H.R. 3521), 

8762 [28AP] 



Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 
6932 [9AP] 

Disaster Relief Act: establish cost sharing formulas 
for assistance (see H.R. 4934), 16747 [16JY] 

more effective assistance to emergency vic- 
tims (see H.R. 4933), 16747 [16JY] 

Doubek, Robert W.: award Congressional Gold 
Medal (see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 

Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

Elections: time limits for completion of recounts for 
House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 13074 
[10JN] 

Farm Credit Act: competitive interest rates for 
farmers, ranchers, and cooperative borrowers 
(see H.R. 5497), 23245 [12SE] 

Federal Emergency Management Agency: prohibit 
implementation of certain regulations (see H.R. 
5488), 25457 [23SE] 

Federal employees: forfeiture of retirement benefits 
upon conviction of felony (see H.R. 3388), 10990 
[15MY] 

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: establish 
conditions for export of drugs (see H.R. 3995), 
7892 [17AP] 

Franco-American War Veterans, Inc.: grant charter 
(see H.R. 1666), 10215 [8MY] 

Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 615), 18908 [4AU] 

Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 

House: verbatim account of remarks in Congres- 
sional Record (see H. Res. 514), 17692 [24JY] 

Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14297 [18JN] 

Indian Economic Development Act: enact (see 
H.R. 3597), 11948 [22MY] 

Insurance Availability Crisis Commission: establish 
(see H.R. 4524), 9776 [7MY] 

International trade: reform laws (see H.R. 4830), 
10989 [15MY] 

Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 629), 10991 [15MY] 

Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 716), 28824 [60C] 

Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
664), 15288 [24JN] 

Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 
Con. Res. 313), 7893 [17AP] 

express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 

Lorence, Peter: appointment to service academy 
(see H.J. Res. 604), 8212 [21AP] 

Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
531), 10282 [12MY] 

Medicare: payment for therapeutic shoes for indi- 
viduals with diabetic foot disease (see H.R. 2543), 
4268 [11MR] 

Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 552), 22246 [8SE] 

Monuments and memorials: erect to American Ar- 
mored Force, Arlington, VA (see H.J. Res. 167), 
9146 [30AP] 

Narcotic traffic: assistance from entertainment in- 
dustry (see H.J. Res. 712), 21735 [14AU] 

utilize Armed Forces along U.S. boundaries 

(see H.R. 5381), 21247 [13AU] 

Narcotics: strengthen efforts to encourage foreign 
cooperation in eradicating crops and traffic (see 
H.R. 5484), 22245 [8SE] 

National Alopecia Areata Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 550), 29834 [80C] 

National Arbor Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 133), 
601 [28JA] 

National Back Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 444), 6931 [9AP] 

National Birds of Prey Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 546), 9553 [6MY] 

National Bowling Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
620), 22738 [10SE] 



National Burn Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 481, 737), 1503 [4FE], 29387 [70C] 

National Child Safety Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 562), 8888 [29AP] 

National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
602), 23245 [12SE] 

National Drug Abuse Education Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 701), 20743 [11AU] 

National Energy Education Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 543), 3107 [27FE] 

National Epidermolysis Bullosa Awareness Week: 
designate (see H.J. Res. 639), 24803 [19SE] 

National Family Reunion Weekend: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 577), 16326 [14JY] 

National Fishing Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
433), 601 [28JA] 

National Hemophilia Month: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 254), 236 [22JA] 

National Historically Black Colleges Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 653), 23016 [USE] 

National Home Health Care Week: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 718), 29835 [80C] 

National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
586), 23474 [16SE] 

National Independent Retail Grocer Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 511), 10215 [8MY] 

National Mathematics Awareness Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 519), 6932 [9AP] 

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 548), 6932 [9AP] 

National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 451), 7556 [15AP] 

National Reye's Syndrome Awareness Week: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 638), 23016 [USE] 

National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate 
(see H.J. Res. 131), 1074 [30JA] 

National Sheriffs Week: designate (see H. Res. 182), 
6933 [9AP] 

National Teacher Appreciation Day: designate (see 
H.J. Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

National TRIO Day: designate (see H. Con. Res. 
278), 2678 [25FE] 

National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 740), 30218 [10OC] 

National Year of Friendship With Finland: desig- 
nate (see H.J. Res. 645), 33159 [170C] 

National Year of the Teacher: designate (see H.J. 
Res. 635), 10703 [14MY] 

Natural gas: promote competition, open access to 
transportation, and encourage production (see 
H.R. 4604), 7689 [16AP] 

Naval Aviation Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 569), 
9146 [30AP] 

NIH: transfer research monkeys to custody of Pri- 
marily Primates, Inc. (see H. Con. Res. 351), 
29387 [70C] 

Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and De- 
tection Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 532), 3481 
[4MR] 

Patents: restore term of the grant in cases of prod- 
ucts for the time of regulatory review period (see 
H.R. 3897), 11948 [22MY] 

Perot Commission on Americans Missing in South- 
east Asia: establish (see H. Con. Res. 129), 21736 
[14AU] 

Power resources: encourage exploration and pro- 
duction of domestic (see H.R. 4476), 6639 [8AP] 

President: repeal restricting article of Constitution 
on terms of office (see H.J. Res. 687), 22147 
[15AU] 

President's Council on Health Promotion and Dis- 
ease Prevention: establish (see H.R. 4723), 22146 
[15AU] 

Railroads: enhance competition and ensure reasona- 
ble rates (see H.R. 4096), 2979 [26FE] 

Reagan, President: meeting with Mikhail Gorba- 
chev in Reykjavik, Iceland (see H. Res. 575), 
28824 [60C] 

Retired Enlisted Association, Inc.: recognize (see 
H.R. 1436), 48 [21JA] 

Ribas-Berain, Fernando L.: appointment to service 
academy (see H.J. Res. 604), 8212 [21AP] 



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WHS; 



LOTT, TRENT 

Richard M. Nixon National Historic Site, CA: es- 
tablish (see H.R. 3921), 6931 [9AP] 
SB A: establish within Dept. of Commerce (see 

H.R. 4621), 7891 [17AP] 
Scharansky, Anatoly: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

2292 [19FE] 
Scharansky, Avital: gold medal (see H.R. 4186), 

2292 [19FE] 
Scruggs, Jan C: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 
Shays' Rebellion Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

10), 26428 [26SE] 
Social Security: develop recommendations for cor- 
recting benefit disparities (see H.R. 1916), 15604 
[25JN] 

protect benefit levels of workers reaching 

age 65 (see H.R. 1917), 22246 [8SE] 
Society of the Third Infantry Division: erect me- 
morial in District of Columbia (see H.R. 2440), 
48 [21 J A] 
Soviet Union: atomic power plant accident (see H. 
Res. 439), 8887 [29AP] 

limit number of nationals serving mission to 

U.N. (see H.R. 3600), 5829 [20MR] 
President Reagan meeting with Mikhail Gor- 
bachev in Reykjavik, Iceland (see H. Res. 575), 
28824 [60C] 
Taxation: affirming intent of Congress to oppose 
increase (see H. Res. 573), 29387 [70C] 

deduction for excise and tariff portion of 

business' cost of goods and services (see H. Res. 
404), 7690 [16AP] 

repeal windfall profit (see H.R. 5318), 18669 

[1AU] 

repeal windfall profit on domestic crude oil 

(see H.R. 4887), 12625 [5JN] 

restrict credit for dependent care services 

(see H.R. 4787), 16967 [17JY] 
Terrorism: protect U.S. citizens (see H.R. 4611), 

10215 [8MY] 
Textile industry and fabrics: import licensing system 

(see H.R. 5370), 19951 [8AU] 
Wheeler, John P., Ill: award Congressional Gold 

Medal (see H.R. 2591), 499 [23JA] 
White House Conference on Small Business: perma- 
nent authorization (see H.R. 5477), 22145 [15AU] 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: amend (see H.R. 

4350), 3853 [6MR] 
Year of New Sweden: designate (see H.J. Res. 560), 

6057 [25MR] 
Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see H.J. Res. 398), 

704 [29JA] 
Yugoslavia: deny most favored nation treatment 
(see H.R. 5683), 30218 [10OC] 
Bills and resolutions relative to 

Committee on Energy and Commerce: election of 
Lott, Trent (see H. Res. 508), 17506 [23JY] 
Court decisions 

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act (excerpts), 2120 [18FE] 
Elected to 

Committee on Energy and Commerce, 17500 
[23JY] 
Letters 

Donald R. Fortier: by, 26364 [25SE] 
Executive impoundment of appropriated funds: 
Representative Brooks (excerpts), 10184 [8MY] 
Motions offered by 

Budget: changes in spending and revenue provi- 
sions (H.R. 3128), 5218 [18MRJ 
Poems 

"Democratic Leadership Lament on the Fall of the 
House," by, 32265 [160C] 
Remarks by, on 

Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 4868), 14223 

[18JN] 
Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 738), 26322, 
26323, 26331 [25SE] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 738), conference 

report, 31982, 31987 [150C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 743), 27394 [30SE] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 750), 29791 [80C] 

continuing (H.J. Res. 751), 30164 [10OC] 



making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

10126-10129, 10131, 10184 [8MY] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

consideration (H. Res. 415), 7534*, 7536, 7537 
[15AP], 7610 [16AP] 

making urgent supplemental (H.R. 4515), 

consideration (H. Res. 425), 8344, 8345 [22AP] 
Arms control: atomic weapons tests ban treaty, 

2918 [26FE] 
Atomic weapons: tests ban (H.J. Res. 3), 2918 

[26FE] 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 
Act: constitutionality, 2120 [18FE] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority (H.J. 

Res. 672), 16884* [17JY] 
Boxing Commission: establish (H.R. 2127), 32265 

[160C] 
Budget: changes in spending and revenue provisions 
(H.R. 3128), concur with Senate amendments, 
5210, 5211 [18MR] 

deficit reduction proposals, 2120 [18FE] 

legislative action, 3591 [5MR], 8595 [24AP], 

10660* [14MY], 13192 [11JN] 

reaffirmation of sequestration authority (H.J. 

Res. 672), 16884* [17JY] 

setting forth congressional for fiscal 1987-89 

(S. Con. Res. 120), unanimous-consent agreement, 
15685 [26JN] 

setting forth for 1987-89 (H. Con. Res. 296), 

4630, 4631, 4632, 4634, 4635 [13MR] 
Budget Process Sunset Review Act: enact (H.R. 

5699), 31233* [HOC] 
Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 

4208), 9505 [6MY] 
Committee on the Judiciary: rule relative to agri- 
cultural workers and immigration, 27322 [30SE] 
Congressional budget: setting forth for 1987-89 (H. 

Con. Res. 337), 10660* [14MY] 
Congressional Record: differentiation in typeface 
for spoken and inserted remarks (H. Res. 514), 
20980* [12AU] 

revise and extend remarks, 10957 [15MY] 

Council on Industrial Competitiveness: establish, 

11587 [21MY] 
Dept. of Agriculture: grants for establishing insti- 
tutes of rural technology development (H.R. 
4331), 3837 [6MR] 
Dept. of Defense: making appropriations for mili- 
tary construction (H.R. 5052), 15464, 15465, 
15467, 15468, 15471, 15490, 15503 [25JN] 
Dept. of Justice: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 
2348), consideration (H. Res. 215), 27464-27466, 
27470, 27472, 27473 [IOC] 
Developing countries: establish new lending institu- 
tion within World Bank, 11587 [21 MY] 
Executive powers: impoundment of appropriated 

funds, 10184 [8MY] 
Expedited Funds Availability Act: enact (H.R. 

2443), 440* [23JA] 
Foreign trade: U.S. policy, 11587 [21 MY] 
Fort Sumter National Monument, SC: authorize 

tour boat facility (S. 2534), 31951 [150C] 
Government spending: reduce, 2120 [18FE] 
Health planning: programs funding, 2112 [18FE] 
House: accomplishments of the 99th Congress and 
future goals, 33940* [6NO] 

budget process, 8595 [24AP], 10660* 

[14MY], 13192 [1 UN] 

legislative priorities, 3591 [5MR] 

legislative program, 483 [23JA], 1059 [30JA], 

2120 [18FE], 2262, 2263 [19FE], 3806 [6MR], 
4683, 4684 [13MR], 5774 [20MR], 7092, 7093 
[10AP], 7544 [15AP], 8350 [22AP], 9197, 9198 
[1MY], 15715 [26JN], 18371, 18372 [31JY], 18652, 
18653 [1AU], 19697, 19698 [7AU], 19934 [8AU], 
21162 [13AU], 21702 [14AU], 23186-23189 
[12SE], 25382 [23SE], 26407, 26408 [26SE], 27475 
[IOC], 30103 [90C], 32254 [160C] 

prayer by Dennis L. Johnsey, 13898 [17JN] 

Speaker authority to declare recess, 22123 

[15AU] 
special rule prohibiting inclusion of extrane- 
ous matters on the budget (H. Res. 444), 9360* 
[1MY] 



House rules: amend relative to Members' outside 
earned income (H. Res. 431), unanimous-consent 
agreement, 8443 [23AP] 
Housing Act: enact (H.R. 1), recommit to Commit- 
tee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, 
13512 [12JN] 
Immigration: reform, 27322 [30SE] 
Immigration Control and Legalization Act: amend 
(H.R. 3810), 26397, 26398* [26SE], 29975-29982 
[90C] 
Industry: enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), 

11587 [21 MY] 
enhance competitiveness (H.R. 4800), consid- 
eration (H. Res. 456), 10957 [15MY] 
Johnsey, Dennis L.: House prayer, 13898 [17JN] 
Legislation: extensions, 29605 [80C] 
Lorence, Peter: appointment to U.S. military serv- 
ice academy (H.J. Res. 604), 8329 [22AP] 
Members of Congress: amend House rules relative 
to outside earned income (H. Res. 431), unani- 
mous-consent agreement, 8443 [23AP] 
Mentally ill: State protection and advocacy systems 

(H.R. 4055), 1038 [30JA] 
Military assistance: Contras, 8427* [22AP] 
Narcotics: national abuse and trafficking prevention 

policy, 22928 [USE] 
NASA: appropriations (H.R. 5495), 26045 [24SE] 
National parks: study aircraft noise (H.R. 4430), 

24073 [18SE] 
Navy: strategic homeporting, 15490, 15503 [25JN] 
Nicaragua: assistance to Contras, 15465, 15467, 
15468, 15471 [25 JN] 

military assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 283), 

consideration (H. Res. 415), 7534*, 7536, 7537 
[15AP], 7610 [16AP] 
provide covert aid for military and paramili- 
tary operations (H.J. Res. 283), discharge (H. 
Res. 419), 7364 [HAP], 8427* [22AP], 8443 
[23AP] 
99th Congress: accomplishments of the House and 

future goals, 33940* [6NO] 
NSA: Donald R. Fortier, tribute, 26365* [25SE] 
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism 

Act: enact (H.R. 4151), 5221 [18MR] 
Omnibus Drug Enforcement, Education, and Con- 
trol Act: enact (H.R. 5484), 22658* [USE], 22928 
[USE] 
Panama Canal Commission: authorizing appropria- 
tions (H.R. 4409), 9193 [1MY] 
Parliamentary inquiry, 5218 [18MR], 7655, 7656 
[16AP], 14701 [19JN], 21162, 21215 [13AU], 
29714 [80C] 
Point of order, 7610 [16AP], 14266, 14267 [18JN] 
Public debt: statutory limit (H.R. 5395), 21692, 

21694, 21695, 21699 [14AU] 
Public Health Service Act: revise and extend assist- 
ance programs for primary health care (H.R. 
2418), 2112 [18FE] 
Ribas-Berain, Fernando L.: appointment to U.S. 
military service academy (H.J. Res. 604), 8329 
[22AP] 
SALT II Treaty: adherence to numerical sublimits 

(H. Con. Res. 350), 14642 [19JN] 
Sec. of the Interior: study minimum altitude for 
aircraft flying over National Park System, to con- 
sider H.R. 4430 (H. Res. 533), 24073 [18SE] 
States: protection and advocacy systems for mental- 
ly ill (H.R. 4055), 1038 [30JA] 
Taxation: pledge not to raise, 29961 [90C] 
Waynesboro, MS: consideration under Color of 
Title Act of certain parcel of land (H.R. 5151), 
28752* [60C] 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: amend (H.R. 4350), 
6624 [8AP] 
Remarks in House relative to 

Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 
1038 [30JA], 2112 [18FE], 2262 [19FE], 2918 
[26FE], 4630, 4683 [13MR], 5210, 5221 [18MR], 



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5774 [20MR], 6624 [8AP], 7092 [10AP], 7534 
[15AP], 8329, 8344, 8350, 8407 [22AP], 8443 
[23AP], 9193, 9197, 9209 [1MY], 9505 [6MY], 
10126, 10184 [8MY], 10957 [15MY], 11587 
[21MY], 13192 [11JN], 13898 [17JN], 14223 
[18JN], 14642 [19JN], 15465, 15503 [25JN], 18652 
[1AU], 19697 [7AU], 19934 [8AU], 21692 
[14AU], 22928 [USE], 24073 [18SE], 26045 
[24SE], 26322 [25SE], 27322, 27394 [30SE], 27464 
[IOC], 29605 [80C], 29961, 29975, 30103 [90C], 
31217 [140C], 31951, 31982 [150C], 32265 
[160C] 
Special order: granted, 2129 [18FE], 7365 [14AP], 
8595 [24AP] 
Statements 

Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act: Representa- 
tive Wright (excerpts), 5210 [18MR] 
Summaries 

Budget Process Sunset Review Act (H.R. 5699), 

31234* [140C] 
Special Discharge Rule on Contra Aid (H.J. Res. 
283), 7364 [HAP], 8427* [22AP], 8444 [23AP] 
Testimonies 
Executive impoundment of appropriated funds: 
Representative Whitten, before Committee on 
Rules (excerpts), 10184 [8MY] 
Texts of 
H. Res. 444, special House rule prohibiting inclu- 
sion of extraneous matters on the budget, 9360* 
[1MY] 
Tributes 
Fortier, Donald R., 26365* [25SE] 
Kindness, Representative, 29338 [70C] 
Loeffler, Representative, 29364* [70C] 
LOTTERIES 
Bills and resolutions 

National Lottery Commission: establish (see H.R. 

5273) 
Public debt: revenues from a national lottery (see 
H.R. 5721) 
Remarks in House 

National lottery: establish, to reduce the Federal 

deficit, 33592 [170C] 
National Lottery Act: enact, 19608 [6AU] 
LOUDENSLAGER, HENRY C (a former Repre- 
sentative from New Jersey) 
Remarks in House relative to 

Tribute, 5974 [21 MR] 
Reports 

Loudenslager Report: Loudenslager School stu- 
dents, Paulsboro, NJ, 5975-5976 [21 MR] 
LOUDON COUNTY, TN 
Petitions 

TVA: county commissioners, 18012 [29JY] 
LOUISIANA 
Addresses 

Keeping the Commitment: Representative Boggs, 
5114 [18MR] 
Amendments 

Central interstate low-level radioactive waste com- 
pact: consent of Congress (S. 655), 20460, 20560 
[11AU], 20802, 20811, 20812, 20813, 20814, 
20816, 20932-20935 [12AU] 
Real property: releasing restrictions on use or con- 
veyance of certain (H.R. 4022), 8193 [21AP] 
Bills and resolutions 

Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge: 

establish (see S. 2741; H.R. 5262) 
Cajun Music Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 355) 
Calcasieu Parish: release of restrictions and condi- 
tions on use or conveyance of certain lands (see 
H.R. 4022) 
La Place: designate Gillis W. Long Memorial Post 

Office (see S. 2418; H.R. 4782) 
Poverty Point National Monument: establish (see 

H.R. 5528) 
Saline Bayou: segment designated as component of 
National Wild and Scenic Rivers System (see S. 
2466) 
Documents 

Constitution (excerpt), 3909 [6MR] 
Essays 

Education and Louisiana's Economy: Bryan Ortis, 
7065 [9AP] 



Memorials of legislature 

Air and water pollution: funding, 16371 [14JY] 

East, John P.: tribute, 17236 [22JY] 

Emergency Energy Act: support, 16374 [14JY], 

16746 [16JY] 
Federal income tax exemption for interest on bonds 
issued by State and local governments, 12129 
[3JN], 13833 [16JN] 
Food stamps, 16504 [15JY], 16844 [17JY], 17235 

[22JY] 
Forest products industry: competition, 16326 

[14JY], 16374 [14JY] 
International terrorism: U.S. response, 16372 

[14JY], 16746 [16JY] 
John P. East, 17192 [22JY] 
Libya: U.S. military response to terrorist acts, 

16374 [14JY] 
Mississippi River and tributaries project: status, 

17819 [28JY], 18772 [1AU] 
National Save American Industry and Jobs Day: 

observance, 16375 [14JY], 16746 [16JY] 
President Reagan's antiterrorist policies, 13526 

[12JN] 
Sales tax collection, 17235 [22JY], 17317 [22JY] 
SBA: support, 16375 [14JY], 16746 [16JY] 
South Africa: sanctions, 17819 [28JY], 18771 [1AU] 
Strategic Petroleum Reserve: low cost Mexican oil, 

16374 [14JY], 16746 [16JY] 
Superfund Program, 15772 [26JN] 
Veterans of Vietnam Conflict: tribute, 17236 [22JY], 
18011 [29JY] 
Programs 

Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal holiday ceremo- 
nies, Louisiana Superdome, 17 [21 J A] 
Remarks in House 

Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge: 
establish (H.R. 5262), 17859 [28JY], 18037 [29JY], 
25393 [23SE] 
Calcasieu Parish: releasing restrictions on use or 
conveyance of certain lands (H.R. 4022), 8193 
[21AP] 
Hunter, Robert E.: tribute, 15590 [25 JN] 
Petroleum: economic condition of domestic indus- 
try, 28040 [20C] 
Poverty Point: designate a national monument, 

23852 [17SE] 
Schools: Dept. of Education recognition of several 

area, 23277 [12SE] 
Sports: commend accomplishments of Louisiana 
State University in NCAA championship basket- 
ball games, 6606, 6626 [8AP], 6832 [9AP] 
Remarks in Senate 

Agriculture: assistance to farmers and ranchers af- 
fected by drought, 21781 [15AU] 
Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge: 
establish (S. 2741), 20924 [12AU], 28645 [30C] 
Boggs, Representative: VFW award recipient, 5114 

[18MR] 
Cajun Music Month: designate (S.J. Res. 355), 

12779 [5JN], 17408 [23JY] 
Calcasieu Parish: release of restrictions on certain 
public lands (S. 2031), 1225, 1226 [30JA], 6767 
[SAP] 

releasing restrictions on use or conveyance 

of certain lands (H.R. 4022), 9346 [1MY] 
Central interstate low-level radioactive waste com- 
pact: consent of Congress (S. 655), 7350 [MAP], 
15910 [26JN], 20430-20464 [11AU], 20773- 
20795-20819, 20835-20837 [12AU] 
consent of Congress (S. 655), unanimous- 
consent agreement, 21894 [15AU] 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans: an- 
niversary, 32380 [160C] 
Continental Shelf: distribution of amounts due 
under certain provisions of H.R. 3128, 4891 
[14MR] 
Dept. of Transportation: authorize feasibility study 

of Interstate 29 north, 25601 [23SE] 
Hunter, Robert E.: tribute, 15178 [24JN] 
Jemison, Theodore J.: tribute, 11781 [21MY] 
La Place: designate Gillis W. Long Memorial Post 

Office (S. 2418), 9901 [7MY] 
Lehleitner, George: tribute, 13611 [12JN] 



LOUISVILLE, KY 

Saline Bayou: segment designated as component of 
National Wild and Scenic Rivers System (S. 
2466), 11316 [20MY] 
Sullivan, Elbrege: tribute, 5439 [19MR] 
Trade Adjustment Assistance Program: funding, 

5693 [20MR] 
Vojkovich, John: tribute, 23106 [12SE] 
Reports filed 

Conveyance of Real Property in Calcasieu Parish, 
Release of Restrictions: Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs (H.R. 4022) (H. Rept. 99- 
540), 7689 [16AP] 
Dept. of the Interior Release of Restriction on 
Property Located in Calcasieu Parish: Committee 
on Energy and Natural Resources (S. 2031) (S. 
Rept. 99-276), 6537 [27MR] 
Designate Cajun Music Month: Committee on the 

Judiciary (S.J. Res. 355), 16845 [17JY] 
Designate Saline Bayou Component of National 
Wild and Scenic Rivers System: Committee on 
Energy and Natural Resources (H.R. 2466) (S. 
Rept. 99-419), 21917 [15AU] 
Establish Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife 
Refuge: Committee on Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries (H.R. 5262) (H. Rept. 99-857), 24802 
[19SE] 
Texts of 
H.R. 4022, releasing restrictions on use or convey- 
ance of certain lands, 8193 [21AP] 
H.R. 4782, designate the Gillis W. Long Post Office 

Building, La Place, LA, 17686 [24JY] 
H.R. 5262, establish the Bayou Sauvage Urban Na- 
tional Wildlife Refuge, 25393 [23SE] 
S.J. Res. 355, Cajun Music Month, 17408 [23 JY] 
Tributes 

Long, Senator, 15047 [24JN] 
Tributes to retiring Members 

Breaux, Representative, 33944 [6NO] 
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY 
Remarks in House 

National Collegiate Athletic Association: commend 
accomplishments in championship basketball 
games, 6606, 6626 [8AP], 6832 [9AP] 
LOUISVILLE, KY 
Articles and editorials 

Coast-to-Coast Runner Takes Steps To Fight Drug 

and Alcohol Abuse, 22759 [10SE] 
Commitment Pays Off for Rita Steinberg and 

Women's Council, 8004 [17AP] 
Dot Ridings— Ending 4 Years as Head of League, 
She's a Doer in a World of Admirers, 14205 
[17JN] 
Fall of the House of Bingham, 209 [21JA], 511 

[23JA] 
Louisville Tennis Club, 29179 [70C] 
Turbulent Story of Longest Survival Began on 

Brink of Death, 20569 [11AU] 
William Schroeder Dies 620 Days After Receiving 
Artificial Heart, 20570 [11AU] 
Bills and resolutions 

Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Customhouse: 
designate (see H.R. 5570) 
Letters 

Southern Baptist revival: Jolly Communications, 
2424 [19FE] 
Petitions 

Adoption of State laws with respect to birth certifi- 
cates: National Society of the Sons of the Ameri- 
can Revolution, 17819 [28JY] 
Designation of Revolutionary War graves: National 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 
17819 [28JY] 
Medical nuclear preparedness: National Society of 
the Sons of the American Revolution, 17819 
[28JY] 
Repeal War Powers Act: National Society of the 
Sons of the American Revolution, 17819 [28JY] 
Retention of "Star Spangled Banner" as national 
anthem: National Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, 17819 [28JY] 
Strategic defense initiative: National Society of the 
Sons of the American Revolution, 17819 [28JY] 



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LOUISVILLE, KY 

Poems 

"Make the World a Safer Place for Generations to 
Come," Claire McConnell, 4014 [7MR] 
Remarks in House 

Baker, Gary: tribute, 22759 [10SE] 
Bingham, Barry, Sr., and family: sale of Louisville 
(KY) Courier- Journal, and radio and television 
stations, 209 [21JA], 484 [23JA], 511 [23JA] 
Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Customhouse: 

designate (H.R. 5570), 28705 [60C] 
Ridings, Dorothy: tribute, 14205 [17JN] 
Tennis team: tribute, 30456 [10OC] 
Remarks in Senate 

McConnell, Claire: tribute, 4014 [7MR] 
Ridings, Dorothy S.: honor for service to National 
League of Women Voters (S. Res. 430), 14137 
[17JN] 
Schroeder, William J.: tribute, 20568 [11AU] 
Steinberg, Rita: tribute, 8004 [17AP] 
Tennis Club's National Championship: tribute, 

29179 [70C] 
University of Kentucky: tribute to basketball team, 
6643 [8AP] 
Reports filed 

Designate Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Cus- 
tomhouse (H.R. 5570) (H. Rept. 99-874), 26075 
[24SE] 
Texts of 
H.R. 5570, designate the Gene Snyder U.S. Court- 
house and Customhouse, Louisville, KY, 28705 
[60C] 
S. Res. 430, honor Dorothy S. Ridings for service 
to the National League of Women Voters, 14137, 
14182 [17JN] 
LOUISVILLE CARDINALS (basketball team) 
Remarks in House 

Sports: commend accomplishments of Louisiana 
State University in NCAA championship basket- 
ball games, 6606, 6626 [8AP], 6832 [9AP] 
Tables 
Louisville Cardinals' NCAA tournament record 
and player and staff roster, 6627 [8AP] 
LOUISVILLE (KY) COURIER-JOURNAL 
Articles and editorials 

Coast-to-Coast Runner Takes Steps To Fight Drug 

and Alcohol Abuse, 22759 [10SE] 
Commitment Pays Off for Rita Steinberg and 

Women's Council, 8004 [17AP] 
Dot Ridings— Ending 4 Years as Head of League, 
She's a Doer in a World of Admirers, 14205 
[17JN1 
Fall of the House of Bingham, 209 [21 J A], 511 

[23JA] 
Fear of Liability Is Taking Bang, Fire Out of the 

Fourth, 16041 [26JN] 
Hoosier's High-Court Fine Could Slow the Rush 

To Sue, 610 [28JA] 
Insurance Problem May Soon Sidetrack the Rail- 
way Museum, 16040 [26JN] 
Tolan Leaving Government, but Not Community 
Service, 3564 [4MR] 
Remarks in House 

Bingham, Barry, Sr., and family: sale of newspaper, 
209 [21 J A], 484, 511 [23JA] 
LOUISVILLE (KY) TIMES 
Articles and editorials 

Folly of Privatization, 3553 [4MR] 
Louisville Tennis Club, 29179 [70C] 
Nominee "Unfit by Any Standard"— Hoosier Judge 
Hopeful Is Short on Credentials, Long on Ideolo- 
gy, 15408 [25JN] 
LOUISVILLE (magazine) 
Articles and editorials 

Everybody's Crisis, 5608, 5610 [20MR] 
LOUNSBERRY, R.H. 
Letters 

Authority for States to set uniform tolerance levels 
for pesticides, 28965 [60C] 
LOUNTZIS, NICHOLAS J. 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 1017 [29JA] 
LOURY, GLENN C. 
Articles and editorials 

Goals Are Quotas, 5341 [18MR] 



LOVE, MAXIE D., JR 

Appointments 

National Commission on Agricultural Finance, 
31335 [150C] 
LOVELAND, CO 
Letters 

Federal Firearms Law Reform Act: police depart- 
ment, 6845 [9AP] 
LOW, JOSEPH AND RUTH 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 10747 [14MY] 
LOW, JULIETTE G. 
Documents 

Girl Scout Promise and Law, 3978 [6MR] 
Remarks in Senate 

Girl Scout Week: observance, 3978 [6MR] 
Tribute, 4501 [12MR] 
LOWE, BEN 
Remarks in House 

Tribute, 2980 [26FE] 
LOWE, FLORENCE S. 
Remarks in Senate 

Tribute, 8608 [24AP] 
Resolutions by organizations 

Tribute: National Council on the Arts, 8609 [24AP] 
LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL 
Poems 

"Brave Man Chooses" (excerpt), 17388 [23JY] 
"Love of Right", 4686 [13MR] 
LOWELL, MA 
Letters 

Superfund reauthorization: Ayer City Homeowners 
Association, 29763 [80C] 
LOWENTHAL, DAVID 
Reports filed 

Nomination: Committee on Labor and Human Re- 
sources, 14424 [18JN] 
LOWER BRULE, SD 
Petitions 
Taxing of tribal treaty-protected resources: Lower 
Brule Sioux Indian Tribe, 15773 [26JN] 
LOWER BRULE SIOUX INDIAN TRIBE 
Petitions 
Taxation on income derived from treaty protected 
resources, 15773 [26JN] 
LOWER COLORADO WATER SUPPLY ACT 
Amendments 

Enact (H.R. 5028), 29900, 29934 [90C], 31980 
[1SOC], 33812 [180C] 
Remarks in House 

Enact (H.R. 5028), 15204 [24JN], 31980 [150C] 
Remarks in Senate 

Enact (H.R. 5028), 29899 [90C], 30225 [10OC], 
33811 [180C] 
Reports filed 

Dept. of the Interior Supply Colorado River Water 
for Municipal, Domestic, Industrial, and Recre- 
ational Use: Committee on Energy and Natural 
Resources (H.R. 5028) (S. Rept. 99-496), 26838 
[27SE] 
Lower Colorado Water Supply Project, CA: Com- 
mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H.R. 5028) 
(H. Rept. 99-650), 14888 [23JN] 
Texts of 

H.R. 5028, provisions, 15204 [24JN], 29899 [90C] 
LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FLOOD CON- 
TROL ASSOCIATION 
Statements 

Water Resources Development: George C. Grugett, 
33326 [170C] 
LOWERRE, RICHARD W. 
Testimonies 
Authority for States To Set Uniform Tolerance 
Levels for Pesticides, 28959 [60C] 
LOWERY, BILL (a Representative from California) 
Appointments 

Committee To Attend Funeral of George M. 

O'Brien, 17271 [22JY] 
Conferee: H.J. Res. 738, continuing appropriations, 

28705 [60C] 
H.R. 5052, military construction appropria- 
tions, 22096 [15AU] 



Delegation to attend memorial service for space 
shuttle Challenger crew members, 1058 [30JA] 
Articles and editorials 

Growing Toll of Alzheimer's Disease, Carl Eis- 

dorfer, Provider (publication), 27507 [IOC] 
Last Chance? San Diego (CA) Union, 29404* 

[70C] 
Nicaraguan Election, New York (NY) Times (ex- 
cerpts), 5753* [20MR] 
Smart Baseball— Point Loma Players Excel on the 
Diamond and in Classroom, John Geis, Pasadena 
(CA) Star-News, 15635* [25JN] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by 

Aliens: reimbursement to localities for emergency 
hospital services furnished illegal (see H.R. 5263), 
17819 [28JY] 
Cuba: reimbursement to localities for emergency 
hospital services furnished illegal aliens (see H.R. 
5263), 17819 [28JY] 
Jacob Weinberger Federal Building, San Diego, 

CA: designate (see H.R. 5346), 19460 [6AU] 
National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 514), 1502 [4FE] 
San Diego, CA: designate Jacob Weinberger Feder- 
al Building (see H.R. 5397), 21130 [12AU] 
Taxation: deny foreign credits to countries which 
provide support to international terrorism (see 
H.R. 4278), 3106 [27FE] 
Tuna man memorial, San Diego, CA: saluting con- 
tributions (see H. Con. Res. 410), 31219 [140C] 
Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor 

Agriculture: interest subsidy incentives for lenders 

restructuring loans (see H.R. 4609), 14742 [19JN] 

Alzheimer's disease: promote family support groups 

for patients and families (see H.R. 4055), 1074 

[30JA] 

Annuities: 3-year basis recovery rule (see H.R. 

5600), 29387 [70C] 
Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 500), 

2979 [26FE] 
Bell telephone companies: provide information 
services and manufacture of telecommunications 
equipment (see H.R. 3800), 9146 [30AP] 
Bilingual Education Act: make Federal financial as- 
sistance available for children of limited English 
proficiency (see H.R. 4538), 6929 [9AP] 
Border Patrol: personnel increase (see H.R. 5385), 

22738 [10SE] 
Canada: discontinue excise tax on tourism literature 
imported from U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 241), 705 
[29JA] 
Challenger (space shuttle): award members of crew 
Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously 
(see H. Res. 369), 1074 [30JA] 
Communist countries: require President to report all 
loans, guarantees, credits, and grants (see H.R. 
1345), 32329 [160C] 
Copland, Aaron: award Congressional Gold Medal 

(see H.R. 3041), 9553 [6MY] 
Courts: establish specialized corps of Federal judges 

(see H.R. 1213), 15287 [24JN] 
Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 678), 19117 [5AU] 
Critical Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 526), 

4578 [12MR] 
de Sousa Mendes, Aristides: tribute (see H. Res. 

469), 27426 [30SE] 
Drug abuse: penalty for cocaine (see H.R. 5195), 

20744 [11 AU] 
Drugs: mandatory penalties for importation or ex- 
portation of controlled substances (see H.R. 
1946), 2132 [18FE] 
Education: establish drug abuse prevention pro- 
grams (see H.R. 5484), 22738 [10SE] 
Elections: time limits for completion of recounts for 
House of Representatives (see H.R. 4953), 27551 
[IOC] 
Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see 

H.J. Res. 529), 6057 [25MR] 
Federal Aviation Act: ensure fair treatment of air- 
line employees in mergers (see H.R. 4838), 19117 
[5AU] 



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Foreign Assistance Act: assistance to promote im- 
munization and oral rehydration (see H.R. 3894), 
5076 [17MR] 
Freedom of Information Day: designate (see H.J. 

Res. 745), 28824 [60C] 
GATT: upcoming negotiations (see H. Con. Res. 

385), 22146 [15AU] 
Great Britain: express gratitude for operations car- 
ried out against Libya (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 
Greek Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

381), 5898 [21MR] 
Housing and community development: temporary 
extension of certain programs (see H.J. Res. 656), 
14742 [19JN] 
Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 

553), 3853 [6MR] 
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, New York, 

NY: designate (see H.R. 4399), 4702 [13MR] 
Let Freedom Ring Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 

664), 15288 [24JN] 
Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 591), 

10216 [8MY] 
Libya: calling for expulsion from the U.N. (see H. 

Con. Res. 313), 7893 [17AP] 
express gratitude to Great Britain for oper- 
ations carried out against (see H. Res. 424), 8477 
[23AP] 
Low-In